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Franz Kafka

Updated on September 09, 2013

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.

Bibliography:

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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