Too Far Afield

by GГјnter Grass

Publisher: Harcourt

Written in English
Cover of: Too Far Afield | GГјnter Grass
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ContributionsKrishna Winston (Translator)
The Physical Object
Number of Pages672
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Open LibraryOL7362433M
ISBN 100151002304
ISBN 109780151002306

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Too Far Afield book. Read 26 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. From the Nobel Prize-winning author of My Century and The Tin Drum, /5. "Too Far Afield" bears little resemblance to Grass's masterpiece "The Tin Drum" (one of the best novels of the last century); of course, "The Tin Drum" did not anticipate a reunified Germany but instead assumed a permanently splintered one symbolized by its deformed protagonist Oskar Matzerath, whose piquant personality Fonty by: 2.

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Too Far Afield Gunter Grass, Author, Krishna Winston, Translator Houghton Mifflin Harcourt (HMH) $30 (p) ISBN More By and About This Author. Far afield definition ata free online dictionary with pronunciation, synonyms and translation.

Look it up now. Too Far Afield Günter Grass Faber £25, pp Buy it at BOL. Too Far Afield was published in Germany infour years before Günter Grass won. The book's title comes from Fontane's novel, ''Effi Briest,'' written a century before ''Too Far Afield,'' when its author was about Grass's age; but the most relevant of Fontane's works is ''Jenny Treibel'' (), a novel set in Berlin after the national unification of and the basis for Grass's many comparisons of and Too Far Afield put the mosaic of those influences together for me for the first time.

The story is an unbelievably intricate one. After finishing the book, I couldn't see how the points could have been made as powerfully without all of the material.5/5(5).

: Too Far Afield Pa () by Gunter Grass and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at great prices/5(). Too Far Afield is reflective and intermittently discursive, perhaps as much a meditation on aging and facing death (and taking stock of how honorably one has lived) as it is a dramatization of the repetitive pomposity and folly of Germany then and now.

Without some knowledge of recent German history, many readers may find much of it heavy going. Too Far Afield Günter Grass. trans Krishna Winston. pp, Faber. £25 Buy it at BOL. Günter Grass's first novel after the Berlin Wall fell, The Call of the Toad (), took its title from Author: Guardian Staff.

Too Far Afield Book Summary and Study Guide. examining their country's past and present in Gunter Grass' “Too Far Afield.” This is a too!). It is not as if he doesn't love The Fatherland, but his works, especially this one, doesn't shun the irresponsibilities of its citizens.

Slow-moving perhaps, this book is worthwhile in its. A complex and challenging exploration of what Germany's reunification will mean-for Germans, for Europe, and for the world-Too Far Afield is a masterwork from one of Europe's greatest writers.

Written with the wit, fantasy, literary erudition, and political acerbity for which Grass is celebrated, it is a deeply human story laced with pain and 5/5(2). Get this from a library. Too far afield. [Günter Grass; Krishna Winston] -- This novel will stand as perhaps the most complex and challenging exploration of what Germany's recent unification will mean, for Germans on both sides of the former divide, for Europeans, and for.

Get this from a library. Too far afield. [Günter Grass; Krishna Winston] -- The winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature tells the story of two old men in Berlin -- one a former East German cultural functionary, the other a former mid-level spy -- observing life in the. Just be careful not to get too far afield, and remember that a great idea and good writing trumps all.

That doesn’t mean you can submit a manuscript twice the length a publisher recommends. But rules are made to be broken, and the most successful publishing phenomenon in history did just that. The Harry Potter books are Young Adult titles. Too Far Afield: Grass, Günter, Winston, Krishna: Books - Skip to main content.

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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(8). Home» Germany» Günter Grass» Ein weites Feld (Too Far Afield). Günter Grass: Ein weites Feld (Too Far Afield) This book came in for a lot of criticism, both from German and English-speaking readers.

For the Germans, Grass’ position that the fall of the Berlin Wall was not a good thing, was anathema. Too far afield by Paul Oliver.

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Review of Günter Grass' Two Far Afield by Thomas McGonigle Günter Grass, Too Far weites Feld (Göttingen: Steidl, ). Translated from the German by Krishna Winston.

(New York: Harcourt/A Helen and Kurt Wolff Book, ). Nobelist Grass (Too Far Afield,etc.) ponders guilt and memory in an unsettling tale that draws from a forgotten maritime a Russian submarine torpedoed the Wilhelm Gustloff on Janunarrator Paul Pokriefke was still in his unmarried teenaged mother’s womb.

Thousands went down with the ship, but Tulla Pokriefke was rescued and gave birth on a torpedo boat. Not far from true, thought Jonathan, though he wondered if he was being mocked. He looked into Sigurd’s eyes for disdain or distance; he saw only curiosity.

Everybody in the store was waiting for him to say something else. He had a little speech prepared, so he gave it. “I am here to study the way people live, and the history. To examine them in this book would take us too far afield. On the day of the sale last May, Woolley's auction room was full of bidders who had made the journey from London, and even from as far afield as Hong Kong and mainland China.

Sadly, I'm sure this isn't too far afield from some real battered spouse situations, but it's not anything I wanted to read about. Real life may be like this, but if an author is going to put it into a book, I want the catharsis of Marjorie kicking his ass by the end of the novel.

There are similar, if lesser, problems with the rest of the novel. Title: Too Far Afield (Signed 1st Printing) Author Name: Grass, Gunter Categories: Gunter Grass, Gunter Grass, Edition: First Printing Publisher: USA, Harcourt Brace Jovonovich: ISBN Number: ISBN Number Binding: Hardcover Book Condition: Near Fine Jacket Condition: Fine Seller ID: cfe Whether things could have been different is an open question, and one that would take us far afield from the focus of this book.: The railways did provide opportunity too with one Riverside company selling their reaping machines as far afield as Syria and Australia.: Churches from as far afield as Yorkshire contributed, and the collections enabled the further development of the port.

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