Juggling mockingly with lost and found illusions, with the tensions between reformists and revolutionaries, middle age and youth, Grass has created a satirical portrait of social confusions that adds to his customary exuberance a new mastery of subtle control.
The final work of Nobel Prize-winning writer Günter Grass – a witty and elegiac series of meditations on writing, growing old, and the world.
A fascinating account of one of the defining moments of modern European history by Europe's greatest living writer.
The sequel to Grass's controversial and successful book Peeling the Onion.
The memoir of Germany's most celebrated contemporary writer.
Nobel Prize-winning author Günter Grass takes as his theme the relationships between food, women and war as he re-imagines the fairy tale of The Fisherman and His Wife.
A powerful story set in war-torn Danzig about a teenager’s rise from clown to hero by Nobel Prize-winner Gunter Grass.
'Actual factual elements are fused with imagined, created things, curt yet marvellously explosive observations: the result is a difficult, dynamic book, like no other... certainly an event in the reader's life and possibly in literature's history' - Sunday Times
The final part of the magisterial Danzig Trilogy by Nobel Prize-winning Günter Grass.
'This book is a genuine tour de force' - New York Times Book Review
A new translation of the landmark novel with a new foreword by the author