Gunter Grass

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German writer of novels and poetry and plays (born 1927)

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Israel declared German author Guenter Grass persona non grata, deepening a spat with the Nobel-winning author over a poem that deeply criticized the Zionist regime and suggested it was plotting Iran's annihilation and threatening world peace.
Nobel laureate Guenter Grass, author of the postwar classic ''The Tin Drum'' and self-styled conscience of Germany, is a darling of the anti-American and anti-globalization set.
German author Guenter Grass, a previous winner of the Nobel Prize, has revealed that he was a member of the Waffen-SS.
NOBEL Prize-winning novelist Guenter Grass has admitted he served in the Waffen SS - part of Hitler's dreaded paramilitary forces during the Second World War.
Writers share ``a certain obsession,'' Nobel laureate Guenter Grass said.
Novelist Guenter Grass, Germany's best-known writer of the post-World War II generation, has won the 1999 Nobel Prize for literature.