Franz Kafka and Prague

Franz Kafka and Prague

Franz Kafka and Prague

Franz Kafka and Prague

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In the works of three great writers, Western Europe and America have recognized events of international consequence in recent German literature: in the North German Thomas Mann and in the two natives of Prague, Rainer Maria Rilke and Franz Kafka. The reputations of Mann and Rilke have grown slowly and steadily to their present magnitude; after a posthumous delay of two decades, Franz Kafka's world renown has risen in a rapid and somewhat hectic fashion. A mountain of essays has begun to . . .

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