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  • Hardcover
  • 157
  • Das Treffen in Telgte
  • Günter Grass
  • German
  • 10 March 2020
  • 9783877630020

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Das Treffen in Telgte review Ä 105 LiteratureGünter Grass infuses his cast of historic characters with tremendous vitality and authentic detail displaying his genius for bringing horrendous or comic incident alive The most flamboyant ribald and generous character is a tra. I can t account for the low rating for this Grass work A lot of the complaints seem to stem from the lack of historical knowledge of the characters involved on the part of the readers but shit that s your fault not Grass My edition had a snazzy little character sheet in the back that would tell you everything you need to know from Albert the composer who warned against playing like chopping cabbage and Zesen who coined the German euphemism Jungfernzwinger virgin s dungeon for a conventAs you can see these are funny guys and this is a funny book Mind it s no Tin Drum and Grass is clearly paying homage to his Gruppe 47 home slices make no bones about that But it s enjoyable as Grass always is with typical rude humor farting landladies and jokes about penal castration The characters might seem thin but this is reportage than novel making with a barely disguised message for the reader Operation Warboard your fault not Grass My edition had a snazzy little character sheet in the back that would tell Sri Dasam Granth Sahib you need to know from Albert the composer who warned against playing like chopping cabbage and Zesen who coined the German euphemism Jungfernzwinger virgin s dungeon for a conventAs Down a Narrow Path you can see these are funny guys and this is a funny book Mind it s no Tin Drum and Grass is clearly paying homage to his Gruppe 47 home slices make no bones about that But it s enjoyable as Grass always is with typical rude humor farting landladies and jokes about penal castration The characters might seem thin but this is reportage than novel making with a barely disguised message for the reader

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Das Treffen in Telgte review Ä 105 In 1647 as the Thirty Years' War is drawing to its close a group of poets from all parts of Germany gather at the pilgrimage town of Telgte for the purpose of strengthening the last remaining bond within a divided nation its language and. Writing a novella that goes back 300 years touches the present and reaches far into the future making the reader s mouth water and tears of joy and sadness running down their cheeks while grinning from ear to ear only Jinter can do that Honestly I should read him often You too This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution NonCommercial ShareAlike 30 Unported License Buddhist Modernities years touches the present and reaches far into the future making the reader s mouth water and tears of joy and sadness running down their cheeks while grinning from ear to ear only Jinter can do that Honestly I should read him often You too This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution NonCommercial ShareAlike 30 Unported License

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Das Treffen in Telgte review Ä 105 Nsparent counterpart of Grass Himself Grimmelshausen here callled Gelnhausen subseuently the author of Germany's great baroue novel Simplicissimus a postwar narrative as representative of its times and as outrageous as Grass's The Tin Dru. I admit I totally uit this book about 60 pages into it I just couldn t do it any It seemed that the reader would need at least a passable knowledge of 17th century German poetry written after the 30 Year War An extensive knowledge of the Reformation relationships between Catholics and Protestants and German geography is also a good ideaGiven that I have limited knowledge of German poetry none limited knowledge of Catholicism vs Lutheranism 4 years at a Lutheran college married to a Lutheran does not a scholar make and know almost nothing about German geography I was bored and confused Mostly confusedIt is well written I m just clearly not the target audience