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Marcel Reich-Ranicki, who escaped the Warsaw Ghetto, became a specialist in German literature and host of TV’s “Literary Quartet,” has died at 93.
Marcel Reich-Ranicki, Germany’s best-known literary critic and a survivor of the Warsaw Ghetto, died on Wednesday aged 93, his publisher said.