Gunter Grass

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Noun1.Gunter Grass - German writer of novels and poetry and plays (born 1927)
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Accompanied by a band of musicians from the UAE, France, and Lebanon, Wehbe performed a combination of songs, texts and poems by Arab and international poets and writers, including Al Mutanabbi, Rumi, Omar Khayyam, Mahmoud Darwish, Khalil Gibran and Ahlam Mosteghanemi, as well as translations of famous literary pieces by Gunter Grass, Pablo Neruda and Federico Garcia Lorca.
De la finitud (Alfaguara) de Gunter Grass, libro escrito durante los ultimos anos del autor, es un diario en prosa y en verso, lucida mirada hacia la muerte .
While he kept his distance from the "Literaturbetrieb" of Gruppe 41 and its allies, his admirers became legion--among them Walter Kempowski, Martin Walser, Gunter Grass, Libuse Monlkova, Reinhard Jirgl, Uwe Timm, and Gerhard Henschel.
BIRTHDAYS: Angela Lansbury, actress, 90; Gunter Grass, writer, 88; Peter Bowles, actor, 79; Terry Griffiths, former snooker player and coach, 68; Tim Robbins, actor, 57; Gary Kemp, actor/musician (Spandau Ballet), 56; Flea (Michael Peter Balzary), rock bassist (Red Hot Chili Peppers), 53; Davina McCall, TV presenter, 48.
If you want to understand the literature of the country that perpetrated the Holocaust, you have to turn to Walter Benjamin on Goethe, Georg Lukacs on Thomas Mann, and Marcel Reich-Ranicki on Gunter Grass.
The late Nobel literature laureate GUnter Grass visited the Philippines in the late 1970s, and a reception was held for him at Solidaridad Bookstore hosted by the Philippine Center of International PEN (Poets and Playwrights, Essayists, Novelists).
Con El tambor de hojalata, el escritor aleman Gunter Grass se coloco en la lista de creadores de las mas portentosas novelas del siglo XX.
BERLIN -- Gunter Grass, the Nobel-winning German writer who gave voice to the generation that came of age during the horrors of the Nazi era but later ran into controversy over his own World War II past and stance toward Israel, has died.
Germany's most famous writer, Gunter Grass, best known for his 1959 novel "The Tin Drum" but whose reputation was tarnished by his admission he had served in Hitler's Waffen SS, died Monday aged 87, his publishers said.
Coriolano, una de las tres tragedias romanas de William Shakespeare, regresa proliferante al siglo XXI de mano de la Compania Nacional de Teatro, en un programa que comprende tambien dos obras del XX relacionadas con la de Shakespeare: un Coriolano escrito/adaptado por Bertolt Brecht y Los plebeyos ensayan la insurreccion, de Gunter Grass.
The letter, published in the Guardian, was signed by more than 500 authors from 81 countries including Nobel Prize winners Gunter Grass and Orhan Pamuk.
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.