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when the grass is too long…

The chief import of Gunter Grass’s The Tin Drum is neither nationalist satire nor the torment of lost identity. It is misanthropy, hated, the wish to shock and nauseate the reader. The book is full of cruelty; witnessed by Oscar, … Continue reading

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