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VOLKER SCHLÖNDORFF

The Daily Star
His most famous film, The Tin Drum (1979), which was also his international breakthrough, is based on the novel of the same name by Günter Grass. For this movie, Schlöndorff won the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film and the Palme d'Or, the ...

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Michel Tournier, French Novelist Who Fused Myth and Philosophy, Dies at 91

New York Times
Mr. Tournier went on to write several more novels, along with literary and art criticism, that explored large themes in a style he called “hyperrealist,” an approach that made him a closer cousin to writers like Günter Grass, Gabriel García Márquez or ...

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Leading to Kebab Strasse Überlingen

Today's Zaman
One such pub (named Zwiebelfisch, the German word for a single letter of the incorrect font within a type setup) had played host to many writers and intellectuals -- Günter Grass used to hold court there. Not far away, the Paris Bar was and remains a ...

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From the archive, 13 October 1978: Günter Grass on his new book The Flounder

The Guardian
In West Germany, where 300,000 of Günter Grass's massive novel The Flounder have been sold in a year, many customers are returning for a second helping. The first copy was for their own library, an exuberant read (exuberant being a word strongly ...

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