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.
ISTANBUL, Apr 16, 2010 (TUR) -- Two prominent novelists, Yasar Kemal and Guenter Grass, met in Istanbul.
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.
As Nietzsche ordains Zarathrustra to survey human affairs from above or Guenter Grass, a pick of rats, so does Ramesh Chandra Dash ordains a swarm of bees in his The Golden Deer--'honey poets' he calls them--to survey man-woman relationship on this earth.
Writers share ``a certain obsession,'' Nobel laureate Guenter Grass said.