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The Tin Drum

99problems posted 8/19/2020 12:05 PM

New to the book club, but a voracious reader my whole life.
Has anyone here ever read this, by Gunther Grass?
It's probably my favorite novel of all time.
I highly recommend it, but it's not a casual read. I re-read it every 5 years or so and always find something new that speaks to me each time.

Jeaniegirl posted 8/19/2020 15:10 PM

I have. I make it a point to read any books that have been banned.

Grass won many awards for this book and it was Germany's first 'literary effort' of anything positive after WWII.

Jeaniegirl posted 8/19/2020 15:47 PM

Another book I re-read about every 5 years is 'The Good Earth' by Pearl S. Buck. Wonderful books like that don't come along often.

99problems posted 8/24/2020 00:17 AM

I will have to give that a shot. Thank you for the recommendation!

siracha posted 8/29/2020 13:17 PM

This may be a little off ...but based on your writing i think you might like Milan Kundera id suggest the “book of laughter and forgetting “

sisoon posted 9/1/2020 12:27 PM

Are you aware that The Good Earth is part of a trilogy? I didn't learn that until 2019, and I probably read TGE in 1968. I recommend all 3.

The other 2 are Sons and A House Divided.

Jeaniegirl posted 9/4/2020 18:08 PM

Sisoon, thanks. I did not know that either!

99problems posted 9/5/2020 20:19 PM

I have read something else by Milan Kundera and liked it a lot! Will check that out as well!

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