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Günter Grass's Israel Poem Provokes Outrage

Posted at 8:07AM Friday 06 Apr 2012

Germany's most celebrated writer's lyrical warning of a looming Israeli aggression against Iran triggers international row

Guardian

BBC: Guenter Grass barred from entering Israel





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His Bloody Project To Be Adapted For The Screen
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Synchronicity Films have secured the film and television rights to His Bloody Project, by Graeme Macrae Burnet

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Playlists are now a more popular way to listen to music than albums, according to the Music Business Association

Ngugi Wa Thiongo wins 6th Pak Kyong-ni Literature Award
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Philip Pullman among authors urging culture secretary to 'set new course' for libraries
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More than 300 writers have written to Karen Bradley calling for action on crisis in library service

James Patterson Calls Off His Fictional Murder Of Stephen King
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Decides he did not want to cause King and his family 'any discomfort'

Zecher Resigns as HMH CEO
www.publishersweekly.com

Linda Zecher has resigned as CEO of Houghton Mifflin Harcourt after a five-year run

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