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Unkenrufe Summary Þ 109 Ø [Read] ➪ Unkenrufe By Günter Grass – Tushna-hram.ru A German art historian and a Polish art restorer find adventure and love in the cemetery business Their vision is to offer plots in Gdansk to those Germans who had been exiled after World War II A New A German art historian and a Polish art restorer find adventure a[Read] Unkenrufe By Günter Grass Tushna hram.ru A German art historian and a Polish art restorer find adventure and love in the cemetery business Their vision is to offer plots in.

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Unkenrufe Summary Þ 109 Günter Wilhelm Grass was a Nobel Prize winning German novelist poet playwright illustrator graphic artist and sculptorHe was born in the Free City of Danzig now Gdańsk Poland Since he lived in West Germany but in his fiction he freuently returned to the Danzig of his childhood He always identified himself as a KashubianHe is best known for his first novel The Tin Drum .

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  • Owlseyes

    Unkenrufe Summary Þ 109 UnkenrufeBy the shadow of this cross I eternally weep for you; my photoThis is not a book for the superstitious mind When you mix toads and cemeteries and bad omens and fairy tales of old you’ll likely get suspicious and most likel


  • Jaclyn

    Unkenrufe Summary Þ 109 UnkenrufeMy first Grass was Crabwalk which I loved I enjoyed the historical context of this PolandGermany just as the Wall is coming down but before the Soviet Union has started to crumble especially because the characters provide an interesting commentary on the political atmosphere of the time That said the satire didn't work for me I'm not sure if I would have enjoyed the book had I read it in German but it seemed like critical moments of the satire just flopped in the English translation Maybe it's because upon reading the review on the back calling the book accessible satire taken to absurd extremes I was expect


  • Riley

    Unkenrufe Summary Þ 109 UnkenrufeA satirical West meets East book in which the Deutschmark starts to do what German armies couldn't Like many of Gunter Grass' works I enjoyed it but was pretty sure I was missing a lot of the references


  • Kate

    Unkenrufe Summary Þ 109 UnkenrufeA well woven story about a widow and widower falling in love after WWII amidst hopes for reconciliation the unchangeable nature of the past and the suggestion of destruction to come but of a different nature The narration is very interesting as well written in the style of a journal the narrator is neither part of the story nor omnipotent I don't think I've read another book written in this style uite a good read


  • Glenn

    Unkenrufe Summary Þ 109 UnkenrufePretty disappointing for a Gunter Grass novel Though interesting historically if you don't know too much about German Polish relations after WWII the story is incredibly slow lacking in the vibrancy and originality of his other novels and unfortunately it's pretty boring


  • Jonfaith

    Unkenrufe Summary Þ 109 UnkenrufeMinor Grass without uestion yet I harbor a sentimental link to the book as I read days before travelling to Rome


  • Eszter

    Unkenrufe Summary Þ 109 Unkenrufethe author's treatment of his two elderly protagonists is the word i'm looking for is not coming to me so forgive me but i am about to dance around it for a bit sensitive humane sympathetic tender candid none of these exactly but all of them to some extent also eastern europe whimsical and enjoyable with interesting underlying political insights regarding the former prussia and really all of europe after the fall of the berlin wall not one hundred percent absorbing throughout but certainly very pleasant


  • Paige

    Unkenrufe Summary Þ 109 UnkenrufeThis was just not enticing enough for me unfortunately I really appreciated the wonderful makings of the geriatric love story it opens with but I just found myself generally unmotivated to pick it up I was missing that Tin Drum magic Just didn't catch my fancy as hopedit's not you Gunter it's me


  • Hesham

    Unkenrufe Summary Þ 109 UnkenrufeExpert both in the Germans and the poles Gunter Grass dissected both mentality efficientlyanywayI have read this novel solely to get acuainted with his too prolix narrative before reading Danzig trilogy


  • Cody

    Unkenrufe Summary Þ 109 UnkenrufeFun little meditation on aging capitalism and unexpected love Truth be told even Grass' lesser works are better than most other's best For Grass a 3 star book For anyone else 4 stars I'm partial Sue me There's no option for the elusive Ed McMahon three and a half stars