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Kafka's castle? Frýdlant, Czech Republic

If you’re in northern Czech Republic, just beyond Liberec and close to the Polish border, you’ll want to see the dramatic Frýdlant Castle in  the little town of Frýdlant that is dominated by its hilltop castle. 196 more words


Boston Globe Also Fails to Deliver on Refunds

When the Boston Globe’s home delivery went Chernobyl last month, the lately local broadsheet promised a credit to stiffed subscribers for the papers they failed to receive. 148 more words

First Impressions

The day for my departure has come and gone and I now write to you all from my room on the third floor of the Masarykova Kolej overlooking this beautiful city. 1,524 more words

New Year; New Publication.

Goodness, would you look at that! February already.

Well, here it is Spring. I like to go by the Irish calendar. Not that you’d know by the weather. 489 more words


The Surreal, Kafkaesque Dream Space of Off-Peak

Off-Peak could justly be called a Kafkaesque game, a sen­si­bil­ity informed by the sur­real writ­ings of Franz Kafka and similar-minded visual rep­re­sen­ta­tions like the afore­said film by Orson Welles but also Terry Gilliam’s… 245 more words

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He Gave Me Inspiration...I Gave Him Death

Out of curiosity, I decided to locate and watch “Franz Kafka’s It’s A Wonderful Life”, a short film by Peter Capaldi (aka the 12th Doctor). Yeah, yeah…we all know why I watched it. 366 more words

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