POOR Franz Kafka.
"Anything to do with Kafka.
Kafka also had ethical concerns about eating animals.
No, believe me, nobody would know Kafka today—nobody—if he had been Czech.
Vienna has neglected the sanatorium where Kafka died.
One day while in Berlin, Franz Kafka went to visit the city’s famous aquarium.
It’s a juicy Kafka edit, a small look at how he artfully tweaked literary realism.
His interventionist editing means that, as Mr Balint puts it, “the Kafka we know is a creation of Brod.”
Kafka once fantasised about combining stereoscopic postcard-viewers with moving pictures to create 3D films.
There can be no retrieval of Kafka, the man, without uncovering more evidence of Kafka, the creature.
The judges were out of Kafka, but as in Kafka, not savage or brutal, but erratic, bewildering, surreal.
The $10,000 (£7,800) award, organised by the Franz Kafka Society and the city of Prague, is chosen by an international jury.
Kafka is best known for The Trial, The Metamorphosis, and his insights on thought control—such as “A cage went in search of a bird.”
New Directions had published his excellent little illustrated compendium of slant facts about Kafka, “Is That Kafka?
Item No. 61, which Stach titles “Kafka Dreams of an Olympic Victory,” is a must-read for Kafka buffs and fans of existential bewilderment alike.
What Mr Stach uncovers in this volume—written last because of a long struggle over access to documents—are the formative experiences of a Kafka who becomes new and surprisingly relevant.
“Unlike writing, cooking does not tolerate humour,” she wrote in the preface of her 2014 book Lo Rak Kafka Ve Ha-golem (“Not Just Kafka the Golem”), on Czech Jewish culture.
“This story is meant for you,” the mystic tells Ravitch (a conscious echo of Kafka: “This gate was made only for you,” the doorkeeper crushingly tells the man from the country in Kafka’s parable).
I mentioned how amazing it was to me that the two or three great pieces of Kafka’s own writing that were included in “Is That Kafka” had never been published in English before, and he smiled and said that there were many Kafka prose texts that hadn’t been translated.
As thrilling, and sometimes enlightening, as it might be for Kafka readers to meet the “real” Kafka, handsome suits and all, they will probably continue to hold the belief that the truest Kafka was the mind who shut the door on the wide world and recorded the thoughts of an inquisitive dog.
- Czech novelist who wrote in German about a nightmarish world of isolated and troubled individuals (1883-1924)
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