Franz Kafka’s the Trial was the first of his books picked up by major publishers such as Penguin. It maintains the noble tradition of being, aptly enough, Kafkaesque – in other words, creating a story around an event which is irrational inexplicable, and absurd (like ordering a pizza and receiving Arnold Schwarzenegger instead). 467 more words
Cover art by Darrell Sweet.
I regret not picking up this edition of Kafka’s 38 more words