Katz und Maus. Eine Novelle.

Neuwied & Berlin, Luchterhand, 1961.

8vo, pp. 178; a very good copy in the original cloth, with the dust-jacket illustrated by Grass, some light wear to jacket.

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First edition of the novella Katz und Maus, which was later sub-titled Danizger Trilogie 2 to indicate its relationship to Die Blechtrommel and Hundejahre.

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