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Günter Wilhelm Grass

Grass, Günter Wilhelm (1927– ), German novelist and playwright. His works, deeply affected by the post-World War II sense of national guilt, are usually centered around grotesque motifs and have strong moral content. His best-known works include the novels The Tin Drum (1959), Local Anaesthetic (1969), and The Flounder (1977), and the controversial play The Plebeians Rehearse the Uprising (1965).

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