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The book was OK, but nothing more. View all 13 comments. Having always wanted to read Thomas Mann, I am truly sorry I waited so long.
He is a fine writer. Not thrilling as so many contemporary plots, but a story to enjoy for its own sake, a reflection of another time, with rigid rules, courtly manners, and royal lives.
The main character, HRH Klaus Heinrich, is a very sympathetic royal, more servant to his title than graced by it.
The second son of distant parents, living Having always wanted to read Thomas Mann, I am truly sorry I waited so long. The second son of distant parents, living in impoverished aristocracy, Klaus is a gentle young man with a foreshortened left arm.
And yet there are signs which indicate future change. If you have not read Royal Highness , it is available to read for free on Kindle and to listen to at Librivox.
Most enjoyable story. It deserves to be better known. Not sure why I never listened to it.
It got stuck away high on a shelf, that is for sure. And I have always wanted to read Thomas Mann. So far it is great! Listening as I exercise, which is motivational, but not enough time Shelves: published , translation , nobel-laureate.
How Lovely! The book itself, sent through from TA - all party packaged and with a note. This story is a microcosm of the state of Europe just before WWI so imagine how this freudian slip by amazon had me chortling I enjoyed reading this.
It took me into the precious world of a pre First World War German dukedom -anarchic court customs and ceremonies at odds with the age. The delicate, bookish, non smiling and almost certainly gay in the other sense of the word prince inherits the Grand Dukedom.
He delegates as many duties as decently possible to his younger brother who can smile, has a pretty girl friend but has a withered arm which he needs to hide, in the spirit of the court, but forgets to do so as he I enjoyed reading this.
He delegates as many duties as decently possible to his younger brother who can smile, has a pretty girl friend but has a withered arm which he needs to hide, in the spirit of the court, but forgets to do so as he falls more in love.
This made me think of GB in ,the death of Diana and the Windsors. A sharp satire of a dying monarchy with a wonderful portrayal of a loveless childhood.
But I found his way to finding love reading books on economics and getting to grips with the country's finances to impress his American heiress rather ludicrous.
But the wonderful language and writing kept me hooked. View 1 comment. While RH is a story about a prince and his princess, it is completely absurd to call this novel a "fairy tale.
The work of an obviously young Mann, RH shows much of the style and depth of his later works. Beautiful and brilliant, Royal Highness rings with literary excellence.
Free download available at Project Gutenberg. View all 4 comments. This was his second novel. But the narrative seems less universally relevant and less well formed as a narrative in itself.
Sometime in the early 20th century, before world wars change the face of the world, a southern German principality lurches into moribundity as its finances totter and its decaying monarchy clings on to the ceremonial prerogatives and duties of hereditary rulers.
Young Prince Klaus Heinrich This was his second novel. Young Prince Klaus Heinrich takes the reins of power, and his life becomes a sterile, meaningless round of state visits and mugging for the crowds.
Then, Spoelman, an American millionaire of German origin buys one of his family's palaces and moves in.
New wealth, and the power it commands are contrasted with Klaus' sovereignty, which has little of wealth or power left, but clings to pomp and ceremony for their own sake.
Klaus is drawn to the liberal, enigmatic Imma, Spoelman's daughter. In embracing the new ideas and influences that she brings to his insular way, he may find a way to be reborn.
There are good points: an often sharply funny satire of decaying monarchy. An unforgettable portrait of a cold, loveless royal childhood.
Interesting contrasts between old and new ways. But the last third of the novel suffers from a near-fatal deflation.
Klaus' family, his people, his family and even the object of his affection are all in accord with his romantic ambitions; all he has to do is read a few economics text books and show a genuine willingness to learn and care for his people and the deal is done with no loss and little anguish along the way.
It just doesn't have dramatic resonance, and this also dulls the symbolic impact the story was meant to have.
Where will you find greatness? I only hope you may! But quite apart from all actual greatness and high calling, there is always what I call Highness select and sadly isolated forms of life, towards which an attitude of the tenderest sympathy should be adopted.
Thomas Mann was a German philosopher who is greatly admired for his distinguished works. The quote above summarises this book which tells of the life of Prince Klaud Heinrich who is a German aristocrat.
He narrates to us what he considers Where will you find greatness? He narrates to us what he considers is his dull and simple life in Grimmburg palace.
His sentiments are elaborately stated by the poet Herr Martini when he states that, "Enjoyment of life is forbidden to us, strictly forbidden, we have no illusions as to that-and by enjoyment of life I mean not only happiness, but also sorrow, passion, in short every serious tie with life".
Describing the lifestyle of the aristoracts then, Mann has endeavored to bring to the for the contrast between the nobility and the general piblic as one of his themes.
It is clear that the lives prescribed for the royals was quite stern and difficult. People had to see them as the idealized version of themselves which had the effect of bringing to them joy and happiness.
They had to inspire confidence through their nobility and graciousness. This reminds me of the tv programme "the Crown" which had almost the same theme.
I believe that Mann used his characters to symbolize the changes that were taking place with regards to the Monarchical form of government at the time.
Through Klaus Henrich and his sister Ditlinde, we find revolt against the mores of the time. The latter marries a commoner which turns out to be a disappointment.
Her husband, Philipp, is despised for being a tradesman. The former's interest to an American woman also causes a stir in the Kings Court.
The book is also satirical in form which makes it quite interesting. I think it is readable and quite informative.
View all 3 comments. Mann is always interesting, but this one seems almost frivolous for him. Our royal highness, who is more figurehead than person, meets a woman from the new world who challenges him to man up.
He does, they marry, and the old world is invigorated with new blood and ambition. Elmore Leonard once said that he left out the parts that people skip, and that that was the key to his success.
Mann doesn't leave out anything, but his greatest virtue and his greatest vice. I'm curious to reread Buddenbrook Mann is always interesting, but this one seems almost frivolous for him.
I'm curious to reread Buddenbrooks, a book I remember with great fondness. Sep 02, Sheri-lee rated it really liked it.
This was a nice, light Thomas Mann read. But, true to Mann's form, there is interesting commentary on roles of state, etc.
I like that the good people are truly good people. Like I said, "nice, light Thomas Mann read". View 2 comments. Aug 02, Bu rated it did not like it.
I just couldn't stomach this. Boring to death in its first pages. So much so that I didn't bother with the rest. Just couldn't. Jan 08, Andrew rated it really liked it.
Enjoyable in an "I-know-exactly-what's-going-to-happen" way. Mann writes beautifully and I was captivated as ever by his page-long descriptions.
A book to get lost in. Jan 07, deea ene rated it really liked it. Feb 23, Richard Thompson rated it really liked it Shelves: german-literature.
This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. OK, I didn't read it in German. They just don't have the English translation listed in Goodreads.
I did read Tonio Kröger and Death in Venice in German years ago, and they were life changing books for me that really helped my love of literature to blossom.
Then when I got older and my German got worse, I read Felix Krull and Buddenbrooks, both great books, in English, and finally The Magic Mountain, which is one my favorite books of all time, also in English.
Mann has an ability shared by few wr OK, I didn't read it in German. Mann has an ability shared by few writers to portray characters who are archetypes, but at the same time are real and charming.
He also has an intriguing view of the artist as an eccentric and often unhappy but driven person that I have only ever seen repeated in Maugham's unflattering portrayal of Gauguin in The Moon and Sixpence.
Royal Highness is an early work that rehearses the themes that Mann develops more fully in his later books. Klaus Heinrich is a classic German aristocrat, very good at form and order, and more than a little stiff; Emma is an equally classic American, strong, spontaneous, sarcastic and contemptuous of authority.
Both are essentially good people trapped and unhappy in the isolation of their high positions, but eventually finding a way to happiness in a storybook marriage.
The minor characters in the book are all also trapped and isolated each in their own way, so that isolation is seen as being a part of the human condition, not just a malaise of the spoiled rich, that only the lucky few are able to rise above.
The artist makes a brief appearance in the person of Axel Martini who wins a poetry prize and has a curious official meeting with Klaus Heinrich, who seems to expect the poet to be someone entirely different from the driven and isolated character he finds, who is a precursor of Mann's later artists.
This isn't Mann's greatest book, because the story and characters don't yet have the fluency of his later works, but it has enough of the elements that I love in Mann's writing to make it a thoroughly enjoyable read.
Mar 18, Ron rated it really liked it Shelves: classics. This delightful novel by Thomas Mann about a prince of a tiny European principality and the only daughter of an American millionaire falling in love is in my opinion usually underrated.
That might have something to do with the perception of the serious literary icon and Nobel Prize winner Thomas Mann and his linguistically imposing novels like Buddenbrooks: The Decline of a Family or The Magic Mountain with their overwhelming atmosphere.
However, Mann remains a master of the German language and This delightful novel by Thomas Mann about a prince of a tiny European principality and the only daughter of an American millionaire falling in love is in my opinion usually underrated.
However, Mann remains a master of the German language and the prominent themes of his work, the feeling of loss and decline, the resignation and general impotence to reverse entropy and and self-indulgement, almost gluttony in enjoying the morbid beauty of an over-sophisticated and exhausted Old Europe while remembering the past greatness, all this infuses this novel, too.
In addition, as every perceptive reader of Thomas Mann might confirm, a morbid sense of humour infuses most of his works.
The objection, this novel is essentially a juvenile story or a fairy tale is not unjustified, even though there is some death and depression to be found.
This, however, does not detract from the amused analysis of a society which realizes its approaching end, an amusement tinged with the omnipresent sadness at the inability to deal with it.
Maybe his presentation of a fairy tale ending was Mann's comment on the only way he saw how this development might find a happy ending, in a children's story.
A surprisingly timely look at a bankrupt nation and an economy in crisis, Thomas Mann captures both the rigid European aristocracy and the burgeoning optimism of American re-emigres in this novel.
Mann sprinkles together elements of some of Germany's greatest 19th century writers in this tale: the fairy-tale magic of the Brothers Grimm runs just below the surface, the economic might of Marx looms.
And in His Royal Highness, Mann has created a character who lets us into the dilemmas faced by the ar A surprisingly timely look at a bankrupt nation and an economy in crisis, Thomas Mann captures both the rigid European aristocracy and the burgeoning optimism of American re-emigres in this novel.
And in His Royal Highness, Mann has created a character who lets us into the dilemmas faced by the aristocratic class at the turn of the 20th Century and seen in Downton Abbey, among other sources : they were mostly bankrupt, in thrall to bankers and the whims of industrialists.
The love story is light--and it is one that I would recommend to my economist friends, as Klaus Heinrich and Imma Spoelman spark their love over the study of economic policy manuals and algebraic equations.
And in the end, the kingdom proves to be "too big to fail" and all live happily ever after. Apr 20, Erjon 7 rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: Thomas Mann fans.
This novel,it even does not sound like a Mann novel! I mean the happy ending strange rare is a happy ending in Thomas Mann novels!
I mean in the ending with those quotes about love and life! It sounded to me like an G. Marquez not an Mann novel!
Anyway I give it a Five just because it's Mann. But this isn't one of his great works,but a good and elegant one.
I like most everything Thomas Mann writes You could call it the "Downton Abbey" of Germany. It is set at the end of the 19th century and tells the story of a prince born to a German state, perhaps Hessen.
The state has not kept up with the times, the castles are crumbling. They have not invested in modern industry. The peasants are starving and cutting down the forests.
After much protocol, the rest develops as expected. The story is about a German prince son of the Grand Duke of a bankrupt country falling in love with an immigrant billionaire's daughter, and of course facing the necessary hindrances to win her love The book may be considered as an early 20th century version of Beauty and the Beast.
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