Franz Kafka

  1. Czech novelist who wrote in German about a nightmarish world of isolated and troubled individuals (1883-1924)
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  • Yakovenko notes that Fedotov's main claim to fame, his coauthorship of the Russian media law, came 18 years ago and during that time, many in Russia have undergone "metamorphoses" straight out of Franz Kafka. Radio Free Europe / Radio Liberty
  • The short story "Ein Landarzt" is a typical work of Franz Kafka , which tells an incredible story, and it is difficult to find out the meaning of this story.
  • Blanchot also draws heavily from Franz Kafka, and his fictional work (like his theoretical work) is shot through with an engagement with Kafka's writing.
  • Franz Kafka, a Judaic writer as famous as Shakespeare, was lonely alive but controversial after away.
  • I tell my freshman students here all the time when my freshman seem on the tragedy when come again the political plays of Franz Kafka, Chehev.
  • Compare then the words of Franz Kafka and William Faulkner to the half-baked notions of the end of history and the clash of civilizations.
  • In his 1920 novel, The Trial, Franz Kafka provided a dizzying look at the senseless complexity of a bureaucracy that seems to exist primarily to befuddle and punish its constituents. Lisa Madigan: Mortgage Companies: Playing Loosely With the Rules of Foreclosure
  • Anyone who titles a novel Castle must reckon with the ghost of Franz Kafka, and Lennon's is a universe fraught with inscrutable, unatonable guilt. Critical Mass
  • The Franz Kafka Big Band is sure to surprise even the most unshockable.
  • This is the premise of Franz Kafka's short novel The Metamorphosis .
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