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July 22, 2021
Günter Grass, a recipient of the Nobel Prize for Literature, is a novelist, poet, playwright, sculptor, and artist. (April 2012)
Helmut Frielinghaus: Words in Farewell
April 5, 2012 issue
On Christa Wolf
Christa Wolf belonged to the generation in which I also count myself. We were stamped by National Socialism and the late—too late—realization of all the crimes committed by Germans in the span of just twelve years. Ever since, the act of writing has demanded interpreting the traces that remain.
January 17, 2012
Censored in Palestine
October 17, 1996 issue
The Case of Wei Jingsheng
February 15, 1996 issue
August 17, 1978 issue
Support for the Polish Workers
November 25, 1976 issue
Appeal for Peace in the Middle East
June 14, 1973 issue
Ben and Dieter: A Speech to the Israelis
June 1, 1967 issue
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