Franz Kafka

Franz Kafka is one of the most acclaimed and influential writers of the twentieth century. He is famous for his visionary and enigmatic stories that draw a grotesque vision of the world we live in. His nightmarishly complex, bizarre and impersonal stories are so unique that his name inspired an adjective - Kafkaesque.

His most famous works are novels The Trial (Der Prozess), The Castle (Das Schloss) and Amerika, and novella The Metamorphosis. Most of his works were published posthumously.

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Novels:

  • The Trial
  • The Castle
  • America

Novellas / Short Stories

  • The Judgement
  • Meditation
  • In the Penal Colony
  • The Metamorphosis
  • A Country Doctor
  • A Report to an Academy
  • Letters to His Father
  • The Burrow
  • Josepine the Singer, or the Mouse Folk
  • A Hunger Artist
  • The Giant Mole
  • The Great Wall of China
  • Investigations of a Dog
  • Before the Law
  • Blumfield, an Elderly Bachelor
  • Description of a Struggle
  • The Diaries of Franz Kafka 1910-23
  • Letters to Milena
  • Letters 1902-24 (ed. by M. Brod)
  • Letters to Felice
  • Letters to Ottla and the Family
  • Letters to Friends, Family and Editors

To learn more about Kafka, visit www.kafka-online.info.

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