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Party Going with Henry: Part One

Henry Green remains the most elusive and neglected of modernist writers, even though he was among the top rank of prose stylists in English in the 20th century. 686 more words


Kafka's Konundrum

A new selection of some of Kafka’s short prose is being published by Archipelago in a translation by Peter Wortsman. Titled Konundrum: Selected Prose of Franz Kafka… 72 more words


The Metamorphosis - Franz Kafka

As Gregor Samsa awoke one morning from uneasy dreams he found himself transformed in his bed into a gigantic insect. He was laying on his hard, as it were armor-plated, back and when he lifted his head a little he could see his domelike brown belly divided into stiff arched segments on top of which the bed quilt could hardly keep in position and was about to slide off completely. 225 more words

Book Review

Kafka'nın Milena'sı -#FeryalYurdagülBarik

Milena Jesenska

Sadece Franz Kafka’nın sevgilisi olarak bilinir. Ancak bunun ötesinde önemli bir kişiliktir Milena. Yaşadığı dönemin özgürlükçü hareketi içerisinde çok önemli ve cesaret isteyen faaliyetlerde bulunmuştur. 345 more words

Lost in a File-cabinet: Kafka's 'The Castle'

The specter of bureaucracy was not only looming on the horizon of Europe when Franz Kafka wrote his unfinished novel The Castle, its nightmares had already begun to manifest themselves in everyday life. 1,461 more words


College Graduation: THE Existential Moment

Franz Kafka, a thinker from the school of existentialism, writes his book, The Metamorphosis, about a guy who becomes a giant beetle.  This is no sci-fi or fantasy novel.  1,038 more words