The Novelists

Kinkead, Gwen
December 1978
New Republic;12/23/78-12/30/78, Vol. 179 Issue 26/27, p25
Interviews German writer Güunter Grass. Description of the physical appearance of Grass; Initiation of a career in creativity as a sculptor; Reason behind the evolution of the book "The Flounder"; Consideration given to housewives in his novels; Use of time and utopian character in the epic construction of the book "Der Butte"; Grass' view on fascism in Germany and terrorism; Warning against the younger generation's sense of futility about social change.


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