Lion Feuchtwanger (Feuchtwanger)( German writer)
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Feuchtwanger (Feuchtwanger) Lyon (1884-1958), German writer. After 1933 in exile. In historical novels ( "Ugly Duchess', 1923; 'The Jew Suess', 1925;' Jewish War ', 1932;' Foxes in the Vineyard ', 1947;' Goya ', 1952,' The Wisdom of Eccentric ', 1952 - on F. ZH. Rousseau's) mind, . perceivable Feuchtwanger as the engine of progress and guarantee humane world order, . asserts itself in the fight against barbarity and lack of spirituality, . embodiment of which in the modern world Feuchtwanger sees in fascism [the novels 'success', . 1930, . 'Family Opperman' ( 'Family Oppenheim'), . 1933, . 'Brothers Lautenzak', . 1943],
. Plays. Book 'Moscow 1937' (1937; to visit the Soviet Union soon after the publication prohibited) was actually a justification for Stalinism.