The Tin Drum - Oskar receives this as a gift on his third birthday.
Skat Cards - Albert Matzerath, his wife Agnes, and her lover Jan Bronski, love to play play with these together. These are a symbol of their strange three-way relationship.
The Finger - According to Oskar's account, he finds this mysterious object while walking along the Rhine with a borrowed rottweiler named Lux.
The Ring - When Oskar discovers this object and is confronted by Vittlar, Oskar hands over the object to ensure the man's silence.
The Polish Post Office - Against Matzerath's advice, Jan Bronski chooses to work here in Danzig's Polish-controlled sector.
Danzig - This is the sixth largest Polish city; it is an important seaport that connects to most of Poland by rivers.
West Germany - After World War II, numerous characters flee to these territories.
Normandy - Oskar's travels with...
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