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After receiving the book from Police Director Rodolfo Palomino, its owner Alvaro Castillo announced the donation decision.

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"This book does not belong to me but to my country. I will donate it to the national library. After it was stolen, I could see the outrage across the country and called on thieves to return it, just by then it became a patrimony of all," Castillo said.

Police said the return of the stolen book will not end the crime inquiry as it still remains statutory for them to capture the thief who could face a sentence of up to 20 years in prison.

Nobel laureate, German author Guenter Grass poses for photographers before a 'matinee concert' as a celebration of 85th birthday of German novelist Siegfried Lenz at the radio concert hall of Germany's public broadcaster Norddeutscher Rundfunk NDR in the northern German city of Hamburg March 20, 2011. REUTERSMorris Mac Matzen

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A broad-shouldered man with a drooping mustache, Grass spurned the German tradition of keeping a cool intellectual distance, insisting that a writer's duty was to be at the frontline of moral and political debate.

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The independent German Cultural Council called him "more than a writer ... a seismograph for society" and the Anglo-Indian novelist Salman Rushdie called him "a true giant, inspiration, and friend".

However, Grass's concealment until 2006 of the fact that he had served in a Nazi Waffen-SS regiment as a teenager cost him some of his moral authority.

Although hailed as a literary innovator for his magical realist style, Grass was more likely to use public platforms to air his views on issues such as nuclear power and Germans' historical responsibility than to discuss the craft of novel-writing.

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Grass was born in the Baltic port of Danzig, now Gdansk in Poland, in 1927 and much of his fiction was set in the city.

"The Tin Drum" caused a sensation when it was published in 1959, though it was condemned by some as obscene. Former West German president Heinrich Luebke is said to have remarked that he would not sit at the same table with a man whose work he could not discuss with his wife in the privacy of their bedroom.

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"Cat and Mouse" (1961) and "Dog Years" (1963) were also set in Danzig in the war years and after, while "Local Anaesthetic" examines opposition to the Vietnam war and the generation gap.

Grass had a stormy relationship with the center-left Social Democratic Party, criticizing it when it joined a conservative-led government in the 1960s but campaigning for Willy Brandt, the party's first post-war chancellor and champion of east-west detente, in the 1970s.

SPD leader and deputy German chancellor Sigmar Gabriel said that, with Grass's death puma basket heart pas cher , "we lose one of the most important writers of German post-war history and an engaged author and fighter for democracy and freedom".


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But the fact that he did not reveal this part of his history until 2006 brought accusations that he had been hypocritical when attacking others for failing properly to face up to Germany's Nazi past.

When Germany surrendered in 1945, Grass was briefly an American prisoner.

He then worked on a farm, in a potash mine and as an apprentice stonemason before studying sculpture in Duesseldorf and West Berlin. He began writing poems and plays in the early 1950s, worked as a journalist, played in a jazz band, and illustrated some of his own books.

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