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Günter Grass: 1927-2015

Günter Grass, the German novelist, poet, playwright, artist, and recipient of the Nobel Prize in Literature died yesterday at the age of 87.  Last month,  a story was posted about Gunter Grass and one of his most controversial poems:   926 more words

Books And Essays

The Death of Günter Grass: National Poetry Month 2015, Day 13

Today, the 87 year-old German Nobel prize-winning writer Günter Grass died in Lübeck. The New York Times wrote a great obituary for this envelope-pushing, controversial artist. 469 more words

Literature

Günter Grass and "What Must Be Said"

This past week, Israel’s prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu on the invitation of US Representative, John Boehner, addressed the US Congress on nuclear weapons and specifically how dangerous Iran would be with these weapons of mass destruction. 995 more words

Culture

Israel The Biggest Threat To World Peace

European Poll: Israel Biggest Threat To World Peace

http://www.jewishfederations.org/european-poll-israel-biggest-threat-to-world-peace.aspx

Gunter Grass’s Controversial Poem About Israel, Iran, and War, Translated

The German Nobel laureate denounced Israel’s nuclear weapons, and was in turn denounced by the Israeli Prime Minister. 15 more words

Israel\Zionism

What Must Be Said by Günter Grass

But why have I kept silent till now?
Because I thought my own origins,
Tarnished by a stain that can never be removed,
meant I could not expect Israel, a land… 166 more words

Poetry

Poetry

  • Andrew’s Alley – Krista Schwimmer
  • In Rhyme – L.E. Mintz
  • What must be said – Günter Grass
  • What We All Must Say –  Jim Smith…
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Poetry

Günter Grass and the German neurosis

Looking at a literary scandal and the bourgeoisie’s attempts to cope with the past

Published in Weekly Worker, 19th April 2012

“Abominable”, “irritating”, and “over the top” – these are the attributes that the German tabloid  44 more words

Politics