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Living in exile in Los Angeles during World War II, Alfred Döblin stunned his fellow German émigrés with his conversion to Catholicism – the main theme of his 1949 memoir. But after returning to his homeland, he failed to reinvent himself Living in exile in Los Angeles during World War II, Alfred Döblin stunned his fellow German émigrés with his conversion to Catholicism – the main theme of his 1949 memoir. But after returning to his homeland, he failed to reinvent himself

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