From the Diary of a Snail
The German novelist's experiences campaigning for Willy Brandt provide a portrait of Grass the family man, writer, and concerned citizen, and a meditation on his nation's history and civilization's progress. Translated by Ralph Manheim. A Helen and Kurt Wolff Book.
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Review: From the Diary of a SnailUser Review - Dej - Goodreads
This is a phenomenal book that's progressive and idealistic, within reason and at the pace of a snail. The writing is also really incredible. Totally different but as beautiful as Umberto Eco. Read full review