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Death in Venice Death in Venice is a story about the artist and the nature of art. At the opening of the novella, Gustav von Aschenbach, while possessing a latent sensuality, exists as a man who has always held his passions in check, never allowing them expression either in his life or in his art.What is the symbol in the story "death in Venice"?
In this sense, pederasty is the main symbol in the book and outside of "Death in Venice" most people would be very quick to denounce it. Within "Death in Venice", it takes on the wider role of symbolizing something greater and more sinister.Who is the author of death in Venice?
Death in Venice is a novella written by the German author Thomas Mann and was first published in 1912 as Der Tod in Venedig.