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Novelist Gunter Grass Hangs Up Pen

Posted at 8:25AM Monday 13 Jan 2014

Nobel prize-winning German writer Gunter Grass, author of "The Tin Drum" and one of Germany's most influential if controversial intellectual figures, has said he is unlikely to write another novel.

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