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Kafka's Prague

Συγγραφέας: Klaus Wagenbach
Εκδότης: Haus Publishing
Κωδικός: 743153
11,80 €
Διαθέσιμο
Nearly 100 years after Franz Kafka's death, his works continue to intrigue and haunt us. Even for those who are only fleetingly acquainted with his unfinished novels, or his stories, diaries, and letters, `Kafkaesque' has become a byword for the menacing, unfathomable absurdity of modern existence and bureaucracy. Yet for all the universal significance of his fiction, Kafka's writing remains inextricably bound up with his life and work in Prague, where he spent every one of his 40 years. Klaus Wagenbach's account of Kafka's life in the city is a meticulously researched insight into the author's family background, his education and employment, his attitude toward the town of his birth, his literary influences, and his relationships with women. The result is a fascinating portrait of the 20th century's most enigmatic writer and the city that provided him with so much inspiration; W.G. Sebald recognised that `literary and life experience overlap' in Kafka's works, and the same is true of this book.
ISBN: 9781909961654
Έτος έκδοσης: 2019
Σελίδες: 160
Γλώσσα έκδοσης: Αγγλικά
Διαστάσεις: 19,8 cm x 23,9 cm x 1,6 cm
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