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  1. The Trial by Franz Kafka, 2010-11-04
  2. Franz Kafka: The Complete Stories by Franz Kafka, 1995-11-14
  3. The Metamorphosis by Franz Kafka, 2010-10-18
  4. The Castle (Oxford World's Classics) by Franz Kafka, 2009-07-26
  5. The Metamorphosis: Literary Touchstone by Franz Kafka, 2005-03
  6. The Metamorphosis and Other Stories (Oxford World's Classics) by Franz Kafka, Ritchie Robertson, 2009-07-26
  7. Franz Kafka ; The Trial / America / In The Penal Settlement / Metamorphosis / The Castle / The Great Wall of China / Investigations of a Dog / Letter to his Father / The Diaries 1910-23 by Franz Kafka, 1976-09-30
  8. The Metamorphosis by Franz Kafka, 2008-07-26
  9. Amerika by Franz Kafka, 1996-07-02
  10. The Trial by Franz Kafka, 1999-05-25
  11. The Diaries of Franz Kafka (Schocken Classics Series) by Franz Kafka, 1988-10-30
  12. Amerika: The Man Who Disappeared (New Restored Text Translation) by Franz Kafka, 2004-05
  13. The Metamorphosis (Norton Critical Editions) by Franz Kafka, 1996-02-17
  14. The Transformation (Metamorphosis) and Other Stories: Works Published During Kafka's Lifetime (Classic, 20th-Century, Penguin) by Franz Kafka, 1995-03-01

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One of the fascinating things about Franz Kafka is that he has a place in modern culture in addition to literary history. His name is synonymous with the concepts and themes
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One of the fascinating things about Franz Kafka is that he has a place in modern culture in addition to literary history. His name is synonymous with the concepts and themes prevalent in his books, as the widespread use of the adjective ?¢Kafkaesque?¢?? makes clear. This familiarity with Kafka, and the temptation to relegate him to a handful of adjectives and images endures despite the fact that his works resist easy classification or interpretation.
Kafka was born in Prague in 1883 to German-speaking Jewish parents. He had a difficult relationship with both of them, especially his father, and the tension between father and son is a prominent theme in many of his works. As a young man, Franz?¢s experiments with fiction were tempered by his knowledge that he needed a career that was more substantial (and acceptable to his parents) than writing. Thus he spent his adult life divided, working at an insurance company writing reports on worker safety during the day and writing fiction in the evenings.
Though very critical of his early work (he destroyed most of it prior to 1905) Kafka continued to write. His friend and writer Max Brod recognized Kafka?¢s gifts and strongly encouraged him. In 1912, his first major story, ?¢The Judgment?¢?? was completed, followed by

2. Kafka, Franz
The Trial, The Complete Stories, The Castle A new translation based on the restored text, The Trial, The Metamorphosis, Best Short Stories (DualLanguage) (Dual-Language Book
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    Amazon.com A terrifying psychological trip into the life of one Joseph K., an ordinary man who wakes up one day to find himself accused of a crime he did not commit, a crime whose nature is never revealed to him. Once arrested, he is released, but must report to court on a regular basisan event that proves maddening, as nothing is ever resolved. As he grows more uncertain of his fate, his personal lifeincluding work at a bank and his relations with his landlady and a young woman who lives next doorbecomes increasingly unpredictable. As K. tries to gain control, he succeeds only in accelerating his own excruciating downward spiral. Book Description Written in 1914

    3. Franz Kafka Biography
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    (1883-1924) Jewish Czech-born Writer
    Franz Kafka is considered to be one of the most important and influential writers of the 20th century.
    His work, most of which was published posthumously, continues to be a source of research,
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    Max Brod convinced Kafka to publish some of his work, and in January 1913 Meditation, a collection of some early short stories and sketches, appeared. In the meantime he was gathering information for his "American novel," which he began writing in 1912.

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    The Kafka Project The Kafka Project Two men were standing behind the grave and were holding a tombstone between them in the air; scarcely had K. arrived when they thrust the stone into the earth and it stood as if cemented there (A Dream). Archive of Quotes
    Most of the stuff is available through the navigation bar on your left. Please note that you can get a printer-friendly version like this at any time by clicking on the print command at the page bottom. The Project page introduces you to the corpus of all Kafka works in German, according to the original manuscripts. Some texts have into English and other languages. A biographical sketch and a commented list of all works are available for a quick consultation. Through the manuscript page you can experience the concreteness of Kafka's writing in a chapter of The Trial . With the general bibliography (under construction) you enter the commentary part of the site; new articles and essays are announced in the home page, and collected in a dedicated part of the site. Newly published books about Kafka are presented in a separate section. Our huge

    5. Franz Kafka - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
    Kafka, Franz. The Metamorphosis and Other Stories. Trans. Donna Freed. New York Barnes Noble, 1996. ISBN 156619-969-7. Kafka, Franz. Kafka's Selected Stories.
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    near Vienna , Austria Occupation Insurance officer, factory manager, novelist, short story writer Language German Czech Nationality Bohemian Austria-Hungary Genres Fiction short story Literary movement Modernism existentialism Notable work(s) The Trial The Castle The Metamorphosis Influences Hamsun Schopenhauer Goethe von Kleist ... Weininger Influenced Pinter Nabokov Roth Beckett ... Sabato Signature Franz Kafka [ˈfʁants ˈkafka] ; 3 July 1883 – 3 June 1924) was a German-language novelist , one of the most influential of the 20th century, whose works came to be regarded after his death as one of the major achievements of world literature. The term " Kafkaesque " has entered the English language. Kafka was born to middle class German-speaking Jewish parents in Prague Bohemia , now part of the Czech Republic , in what was then the Austro-Hungarian Empire . The house in which he was born, on the

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    9. Kafka, Franz - Definition From Longman English Dictionary Online
    Definition of Kafka, Franz from the Longman Online Dictionary of Contemporary English. The Longman English Dictionary provides support and resources for those who want to learn
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    Kafka, Franz (1883-1924) a Czech writer who wrote in German, famous for his novel s such as The Trial and The Castle , and his short stories such as Metamorphosis , in which a man turns into a large and ugly insect. His stories deal with the struggle of ordinary people on their own against the state or large organizations. The word Kafkaesque is used to describe this type of experience, in which you feel that no one understands you and there is no way of escaping from an unpleasant situation. parent.curEntryId=23331; parent.prevEntryId=23330; parent.nextEntryId=23332; parent.gsSenseId=null; parent.giPhrId=null; Definition from the Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English Advanced Learner's Dictionary. Link to this entry: Dictionary pictures of the day Do you know what each of these is called? Click on any of the pictures above to find out what it is called.
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    10. Kafka, Franz: Works.
    Kafka, Franz Works. Sought out by leading avantgarde publishers, Kafka reluctantly published a few of his writings during his lifetime. These publications include two sections
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    Sought out by leading avant-garde publishers, Kafka reluctantly published a few of his writings during his lifetime. These publications include two sections (1909) from Beschreibung eines Kampfes Description of a Struggle Betrachtung Meditation ), a collection of short prose pieces; and other works representative of Kafka's maturity as an artist The Judgment, a long story written in 1912; two further long stories, Die Verwandlung Metamorphosis ) and In der Strafkolonie In the Penal Colony ); and a collection of short prose, Ein Landarzt A Country Doctor A Hunger Artist ), four stories exhibiting the concision and lucidity characteristic of Kafka's late style, had been prepared by the author but did not appear until after his death. In fact, misgivings about his work caused Kafka before his death to request that all of his unpublished manuscripts be destroyed; his literary executor, Max Brod, disregarded his instructions. Brod published the novels The Trial

    11. Kafka, Franz - Hutchinson Encyclopedia Article About Kafka, Franz
    Kafka, Franz (1883–1924) Austrian novelist. He wrote in German. His three unfinished allegorical novels Der Prozess/The Trial (1925), Das Schloss/The Castle (1926), and Amerika
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    12. Kafka, Franz Biography - S9.com
    1883 Born into a middle class, German speaking Jewish family in Prague, on the 3rd of July. 1889-1893 - He attended the Deutsche Knabenschule, the boys' elementary school at
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    1883 - Born into a middle class, German speaking Jewish family in Prague, on the 3rd of July.
    1901 - He completed his Matura exams.
    1906 - Kafka obtained the degree of Doctor of Law on the 18th of June and performed an obligatory year of unpaid service as law clerk for the civil and criminal courts.
    1907 - On the 1st of November, he was hired at the Assicurazioni Generali, a huge Italian insurance company, where he worked for nearly a year.
    1912 - He received a medal for this invention because it reduced Bohemian steel mill deaths to fewer than 25 per thousand employees.
    - At the home of his lifelong friend Max Brod, Kafka met Felice Bauer, who lived in Berlin and worked as a representative for a dictaphone company.
    1917 - Kafka began to suffer from tuberculosis, which would require frequent convalescence during which he was supported by his family, most notably his sister Ottla. 1923 - He briefly moved to Berlin in the hope of distancing himself from his family's influence to concentrate on his writing. In Berlin, he lived with Dora Diamant, a 25-year-old kindergarten teacher from an orthodox Jewish family, who was independent enough to have escaped her past in the ghetto.

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    • Born: 3 July 1883 Birthplace: Prague, Bohemia (Czechoslovakia) Died: 3 June 1924 (tuberculosis) Best Known Work: The Trial and The Metamorphosis

    Kafka is renowned for his visionary and profoundly enigmatic stories that often present a grotesque vision of the world in which individuals burdened with guilt, isolation, and anxiety make a futile search for personal salvation.
    His major works include: The Trial (Der Prozess), The Castle (Das Schloss), Amerika and The Metamorphosis. Most of his works were published posthumously.
    His complex and impersonal stories are so unique that his name inspired an adjective - Kafkaesque.
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    15. Kafkaesque Definition Of Kafkaesque In The Free Online Encyclopedia.
    Kafka, Franz (fr nts k f`k ), 1883–1924, Germanlanguage novelist, b. Prague. Along with Joyce, Kafka is perhaps the most influential of 20th-century writers.
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    by Alex Scofield Page 2 Prague caf culture was a pivotal element of Kafkas life and an inspiration to his writing. The characters in his novels and short stories are often coffee drinkers. Kafka's writing often instills in the reader a jumpy and jittery feeling of having drank one coffee too many. So what were Kafkas coffee preferences? Did he take it with cream and/or sugar? Unfortunately, the answer to this question remains elusive. Max Brod, Kafkas friend, editor, and biographer, often describes Pragues cafes, never mentions Kafka actually drinking coffee in Franz Kafka: A biography . As fused as Kafkas name is with coffee culture, after several weeks of reading online and hard-copy biographies of Kafka, I can only venture an educated guess as to whether he drank our favorite beverage. A Steady Diet of Coffee?

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    Franz Kafka (1883-1924) Czech-born German writer is best known for his short story Metamorphosis (1912) and the widespread familiarity of the literary term Kafkaesque, inspired by his nightmarishly complex and bizarre yet absurd and impersonal short stories. Franz Kafka was born 3 July, 1883 in Prague, Bohemia, now the Czech Republic, into a Jewish middle-class, German speaking family; his mother Julie, (ne Lwy), three younger sisters and his successful merchant father Hermann. Hermann owned a shop below where the family lived in Prague's House of the Three Kings. He was ill-tempered and disrespectful towards his son's escape into literature and pursuit of writing and proved to be an on-going source of conflict and despair in many of Kafka's works. Kafka became the eldest and only son when his two brothers died in infancy and he was excruciatingly aware of this role in the family for the rest of his life. Kafka rebelled against his father's materialism and often wrote metaphorically of the struggle to overcome a dismayingly gargantuan, overpowering and practically suffocating force, much like his own timid and shy self in relation to his father. His

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