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Gropius

The Man Who Built the Bauhaus

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ISBN 9780674737853

Publication Date: 04/15/2019

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560 pages

6-1/8 x 9-1/4 inches

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  • Gropius Family Tree
  • Preface: The Silver Prince
  • I. First Life: Germany
    • 1. Berlin 1883–1907
    • 2. Spain 1907–1908
    • 3. Berlin 1908–1910
    • 4. Vienna and Alma Mahler 1910–1913
    • 5. Gropius at War 1914–1918
    • 6. Bauhaus Weimar and Lily Hildebrandt 1919–1920
    • 7. Bauhaus Weimar and Maria Benemann 1920–1922
    • 8. Bauhaus Weimar and Ise Gropius 1923–1925
    • 9. Bauhaus Dessau 1925–1926
    • 10. Bauhaus Dessau 1927–1928
    • 11. America 1928
    • 12. Berlin 1928–1932
    • 13. Berlin 1933–1934
  • II. Second Life: England
    • 14. London, Berlin, Rome 1934
    • 15. London 1934
    • 16. London 1935
    • 17. London 1935–1936
    • 18. London 1936–1937
  • III. Third Life: America
    • 19. Harvard 1937–1939
    • 20. Harvard and the Second World War 1940–1944
    • 21. Return to Berlin 1945–1947
    • 22. Harvard and TAC 1948–1952
    • 23. Wandering Star: Japan, Paris, London, Baghdad, Berlin 1953–1959
    • 24. New England 1960–1969
  • Afterword: Reverberations
  • Sources and References
  • Acknowledgements
  • Index

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