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Günter Grass

Günter Grass

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Published by Dept. of Germanic Languages, University of Texas at Austin in [Austin, Tex.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Grass, Günter, -- 1927- -- Criticism and interpretation.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesDimension (Austin, Tex.)
    Statement[editor, A. Leslie Willson ; consulting editor, Helmut Rehder ; advisory editors, Hans Bender ... et al.].
    SeriesDimension. Special issue -- 1970., Dimension -- 1970.
    ContributionsWillson, A. Leslie 1923-, Rehder, Helmut, 1905-, Bender, Hans, 1919-, Grass, Günter, 1927-
    The Physical Object
    Pagination127 p. :
    Number of Pages127
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17915788M

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Feb 12,  · ‘This highly readable little book is a must for any student or lay reader who wishes to gain an overview of Günter Grass’s life and work, but it also contains gems for those more familiar with his texts and times. Oct 01,  · This summary will give you only a faint idea of the book, for it cannot encapsulate the feeling of summer and of being young which Grass manages to include - without denying the dreadful things happening at the very same time.

In a book of less 5/5(5). Günter Grass, in full Günter Wilhelm Grass, (born October 16,Danzig [now Gdańsk, Poland]—died April 13,Lübeck, Germany), German poet, novelist, playwright, sculptor, and printmaker who, with his extraordinary first novel Die Blechtrommel (; The Tin Drum), became the literary spokesman for the German generation that grew up in the Nazi era and survived the war.

A rich and lively display of Grass's extraordinary imagination, the interlinked stories in this volume-one for each year from to present a historical and social portrait for the millennium, a tale of our times in all its grandeur and all its horror PDF.

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And Grass, born inwas only thirty-one when it appeared. The novel’s unrestrained exuberance, unabated vigor over more than seven hundred pages, and insolent disregard for.

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His novel The Life and Opinions of Zacharias Lichter (published in Romanian in ) acquired cult status among generations of young people despite attempts by Romanian authorities to expunge Calinescu’s name and works from cultural menards.club: New York Review Books.

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Grass received the Nobel Prize for Literature in Mar 20,  · His translations from the German include Franz Kafka’s The Trial and Günter Grass’s The Tin Drum, as well as works by Heinrich Böll, Siegfried Lenz, Uwe Timm, and Marcel Beyer.

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This biography of Gunter Grass provides detailed information. Apr 06,  · The German Nobel laureate denounced Israel's nuclear weapons, and was in turn denounced by the Israeli Prime Minister.

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Grass is generally regarded as the most significant German writer to emerge in the. In an essay for the Book Review, Stephen Kinzer, then the Berlin bureau chief of The Times, discusses the controversy in Germany over Grass's book "Ein Weites Feld." German Author Attacks Countrymen (October 21, ).

Apr 13,  · Günter Grass, Who Confronted Germany's Past As Well As His Own, Dies At 87 Inthe Nobel prize-winning author of The Tin Drum admitted that as. May 25,  · Nadine Gordimer speaks of "Catch" in the same breath with the German novelist Günter Grass’s 'The Tin Drum.' “Like Grass’s Oscar, Heller’s.

Jan 19,  · “This is what the novels of magic realism and Hubert Kueter’s My Tainted Blood do to a high degree. They take their readers on wondrous journeys driven by myth and memory.” —Peter Arnds, PhD, Professor of German and Italian, Kansas State University, author of Representation, Subversion, and Eugenics in Günter Grass’s The Tin Drum5/5(1).

Oct 29,  · The packaging is a real book with a hidden cut-out compartment in which the bottle sits. The first pages of the book contain texts on the pleasures of paper and the Paper Passion project by Nobel Laureate Günter Grass, Karl Lagerfeld, Geza Schoen and Wallpaper* Editor-in /5(34).

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The Tin Drum was made into an Oscar-winning film inand the memoir Peeling the Onion astounded readers by revealing Grass had been drafted into the military wing of the SS, a ruthless component of the Nazi war machine, in the closing months of World War.

The packaging is a real book with a hidden cut-out compartment in which the bottle sits. The first pages of the book contain texts on the pleasures of paper and the Paper Passion project by Nobel Laureate Günter Grass, Karl Lagerfeld, Geza Schoen and Wallpaper* Editor-in-Chief Tony Chambers/5(34).

May 13,  · A month ago today, on April 13th, Günter Grass died aged He was one of the dominant figures of German contemporary literature, who rose to international fame and earned a Nobel Prize in Literature in His writing mainly dealt with the German Nazi past and is considered to be part of the genre.

Grass's first major novel in 15 years and one of the most exuberantly inventive works in recent European fiction." Since then, Richard Plant, a specialist in 20th-century German literature, interviewed Mr.

Grass in the New York offices of Mr. Grass's publisher, Harcourt Brace Jovanovich. Q.Although I live just around the corner this was my first visit to the Grass Haus - and a memorable o ne it was too! Although the event had little or nothing to do with the posthumous host, being a reading of speeches composed by Churchill and indeed, a brief essay of the life of one of the greatest statesmen ever to have lived/5(59).Mar 15,  · Each of the animals also pays homage to a human writer who has written imaginatively about animals during much the same time span, from Henry Lawson to Ted Hughes, from Kafka to J.M.

Coetzee, from Colette to Virginia Woolf, from Tolstoy to José Saramago, from Günter Grass to Jack Kerouac, from Tom Stoppard to Julian Barnes.