- (1927-), German novelist, poet, and playwright; full name Günter Wilhelm Grass. His works are intellectual and experimental and often reflect his socialist views. Notable works: The Tin Drum (1959), The Plebeians Rehearse the Uprising (1966), and The Flounder (1977). Nobel Prize for Literature (1999).
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