Gunter Grass

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

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Read Gunter Grass's The Tin Drum and Tolkien's The Hobbit.
BIRTHDAYS: Angela Lansbury, actress, 88; Gunter Grass, writer, 86; Peter Bowles (pictured), actor, 77; Gary Kemp, actor and musician (Spandau Ballet), 54; Davina McCall, TV presenter, 46.
The catalogue of images from such artists as Ralph Steadman, Maurice Sendak, Art Spiegelman, David Suter, Brad Holland, Jean-Jacques Sempe, Gunter Grass, Tomi Ungerer and Keith Haring leave a lasting impression on the reader.
From Germany to Germany: Journal of the Year 1990 by Gunter Grass, translated by Krishna Winston (HOUGHTON MIFFLIN HARCOURT, 2012)
Past winners of the award include Carlos Fuentes, Gunter Grass, Margaret Atwood, Paul Auster and Leonard Cohen.
Most recently, the issue was stirred anew by famed German author Gunter Grass, who penned a poem severely critical of Israel's policies and of Germany's sale of submarines to the IDF.
The people in Israel and Germany who are most outraged by Nobel Prize-winning author Gunter Grass's latest work have one thing in common: They think it is ridiculous, and possibly anti-Semitic, for Grass to assert a moral equivalency between Israel and Iran.
German Nobel literature laureate Gunter Grass touched off a firestorm of protest last Wednesday with a poem accusing Israel of plotting Iran's annihilation.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Peace activists in Germany voiced support for Noble literature laureate Gunter Grass's latest poem which accuses the Zionist regime of plotting Iran's annihilation and endangering world peace.
Sweden, April 10 -- Noble laureate Gunter Grass has been declared persona non grata by Israel for criticizing Netanyahu government policy.
The production is presented as a sequence of follies, inspired by surprising sources as eclectic as Gunter Grass, Hitchcock, Bugs Bunny and iconic sitcom Are You Being Served?
http:// Inspirations come from all over the place - Hitchcock's 1936 film Sabotage, based on Joseph Conrad's The Secret Agent; Italian satirist Dario Fo and Nobel Prize-winning German author Gunter Grass. "We felt a lot of political theatre, certainly in Britain, tended to be presented in a naturalistic style or psychological realism where often people would take a piece of real life like the Stephen Lawrence inquiry, or Arms for Iraq, and make a play from it," says Hunter.