Arnon Grunberg

(b.1971 in Amsterdam) is a Dutch writer. At the age of twenty-three, his first novel, Blue Mondays, became a bestseller in Europe and won the Anton Wachter Prize. It has been translated into thirteen languages. His other novels include Silent Extras (1997), Saint Anthony (1998), and Phantom Pain (2000).

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'Nee! Nee!'

Remembering ultimate acts of resistance

Acknowledging the past is an ongoing necessity to know who we are, says Arnon Grunberg, whose Dutch WWII Remembrance Day lecture pointedly commemorates those who lost their lives shouting ‘No!’ and refusing to conform.