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Günter Kunert

At age seventy-five, Günter Kunert is one of the three or four best established contemporary German language poets. Born in Berlin, he was “encouraged” by the East German government to move out of East Berlin in 1979 and has since lived near Hamburg. His AGNI poems “Autumn Days,” “Herr Greedyguts,” and “In July” first appeared in So und nicht anders (This way and no other, 2002), the latest of his some twenty volumes of poetry. (2004)

AGNI has published the following work by Günter Kunert:

Autumn Days (translated from the German by Gerald Chapple)
Herr Greedyguts (translated from the German by Gerald Chapple)
In July (translated from the German by Gerald Chapple)

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