Review: CRABWALK by Günter Grass

A Book Blog of One’s Own recently reviewed Crabwalk by Gunter Grass; here’s an excerpt:

Günter Grass is one ot the most important contemporary writers in Germany. He has written numerous novels, poems, plays, and essays.  . . . Crabwalk tells the story of the most devastating maritime disaster of all time, and no, it is not the sinking of the Titanic. The deadliest maritime disaster in history was the sinking by a Soviet submarine of the German ship the Wilhelm Gustloff in January 30th, 1945. Over 9500 persons died, many of them children.

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