The Tin Drum
Oskar receives this as a gift on his third birthday.
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.
According to Oskar's account, he finds this mysterious object while walking along the Rhine with a borrowed rottweiler named Lux.
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.
This is the sixth largest Polish city; it is an important seaport that connects to most of Poland by rivers.
After World War II, numerous characters flee to these territories.
Oskar's travels with a...
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