Kafka: Gender, Class, and Race in the Letters and Fictions

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References are given in the text for both German and English sources and indicated in this list. English translations of Kafka's texts have on occasion been silently emended. All other translations are by me unless otherwise indicated.


LETTERS AND DIARIES
GB Briefe 1902-1924: Gesammelte Werke in Einzelbänden, ed. Max Brod ( Frankfurt am Main, 1958).
EL Letters to Friends, Family and Editors, trans. Richard and Clara Winston ( London, 1978).
GF Briefe an Felice und andere Korrespondenz aus der Verlobungs-
zeit
, ed. Erich Heller and Jürgen Born ( Frankfurt am Main,
1976).
EF Letters to Felice, ed. Erich Heller and Jürgen Born, trans. James Stern and Elizabeth Duckworth (Harmondsworth, 1983), with
Elias Canetti, Kafka's Other Trial, trans. Christopher Middleton .
GM Briefe an Milena, ed. Jürgen Born and Michael Müller ( Frank-
furt am Main, 1986).
EM Letters to Milena, ed. Willy Haas, trans. Tania and James Stern
(Harmondsworth, 1983).
GO Briefe an Ottla und die Familie, ed. Hartmut Binder and Klaus Wagenbach ( Frankfurt am Main, 1981).
EO Letters to Ottla & the Family, trans. Richard and Clara Winston,
ed. N. N. Glatzer ( New York, 1982).
GT Tagebücher in der Fassung der Handschrift, ed. Hans-Gerd Kock , Michael Miller, and Malcolm Pasley ( Frankfurt am
Main, 1990).
ED The Diaries of Franz Kafka 1910-1923, ed. Max Brod (Har-
mondsworth, 1972).

STORIES AND SKETCHES
DL Drucke zu Lebzeiten, ed. Hans-Gerd Koch, Wolf Kittler and
Gerhard Neumann ( Frankfurt am Main, 1994).

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