Franz Kafka
Franz Kafka (Jewish name: אנשיל, Anschel; 3 July 1883 – 3 June 1924) was a German-language writer of novels and short stories, regarded by critics as one of the most influential authors of the 20...
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Franz Kafka bibliography
This is a bibliography of works by Franz Kafka. While a sortable list of his works concentrates on their text and first publishing, this list adds their publications in English.
Franz Kafka bibliography - Wikipedia
Jackals and Arabs
"Jackals and Arabs" (German: "Schakale und Araber") is a short story by Franz Kafka, written and published in 1917. The story was first published by Martin Buber in the German monthly Der Jude. It ap...
The Test (short story)
The Test is a short story by Franz Kafka. It consists of a conversation between two men. The test referred to in the mind of one of the men, who sees if the other behaves the way he expects. The story...
The Blue Octavo Notebooks
The Blue Octavo Notebooks (sometimes referred to as The Eight Octavo Notebooks) is a series of eight notebooks written by Franz Kafka from late 1917 until June 1919. The name was given to them by Max ...
Schocken Books
Schocken Books (Schocken Verlag) is a publishing company that was established in Berlin with a publishing office in Prague in 1931 by the Schocken Department Store owner Salman Schocken. It published...
Milena Jesenská
Milena Jesenská ([ˈmɪlɛna ˈjɛsɛnskaː]; 10 August 1896 – 17 May 1944) was a Czech journalist, writer, editor and translator.
Jesenská was born in Prague, Austria-Hungary (now Czech Republic)....
Prometheus (Kafka)
"Prometheus" is a short story by Franz Kafka written between 1917 and 1923, likely in 1918. The story presents four versions of the myth of Prometheus, concerning his fate after he was chained to a cl...
The Bridge (short story)
"The Bridge" ("Die Brücke") is a short story by Franz Kafka. It was published posthumously in Beim Bau der Chinesischen Mauer (Berlin, 1931). The first English translation by Willa and Edwin Muir was ...
Before the Law
"Before the Law" (German: "Vor dem Gesetz") is a parable contained in the novel The Trial (German: Der Prozess), by Franz Kafka. "Before the Law" was published in Kafka's lifetime, first in the Ne...
The Aeroplanes At Brescia
"The Aeroplanes at Brescia" (German: "Die Aeroplane in Brescia") is a short story by Franz Kafka published, in slightly shortened form, in the newspaper Bohemia on 29 September 1909. It describes an a...
Franz Kafka and Judaism
Beginning with the correspondence between Walter Benjamin and Gershom Scholem (or possibly before that, when Martin Buber became one of Franz Kafka's first publishers) interpretations, speculations, a...
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The Judgment
"The Judgment" ("Das Urteil") is a short story written by Franz Kafka in 1912, concerning the relationship between a man and his father.
The story begins with a young merchant, Georg Bendemann, si...
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Malcolm Pasley
Sir John Malcolm Sabine Pasley, 5th Baronet, FBA (5 April 1926 – 4 March 2004), commonly known as Malcolm Pasley, was a literary scholar best known for his dedication to and publication of the w...
The Bucket Rider
"The Bucket Rider" ("Der Kübelreiter") is a short story by Franz Kafka, written in 1917. It first appeared in the Prager Presse in 1921 and was published posthumously in Beim Bau der Chinesischen Maue...
The Burrow (short story)
"The Burrow" (German: "Der Bau") is an unfinished short story by Franz Kafka in which a mole-like being burrows through an elaborate system of tunnels it has built over the course of its life. The sto...
Insect Dreams: The Half Life of Gregor Samsa
Insect Dreams: The Half Life of Gregor Samsa is a sequel to Franz Kafka's short-story The Metamorphosis, written in 2002 by Marc Estrin.
Gregor Samsa, the protagonist of The Metamorphosis, is reve...
The Problem of Our Laws
"The Problem of Our Laws" ("Zur Frage der Gesetze") is a short parable by Franz Kafka was published posthumously in Beim Bau der Chinesischen Mauer (Berlin, 1931). The first English translation by Wil...
A Report to an Academy
"A Report to an Academy" (German: "Ein Bericht für eine Akademie") is a short story by Franz Kafka, written and published in 1917. In the story, an ape named Red Peter, who has learned to behave like ...
Nahum Norbert Glatzer
Nahum Norbert Glatzer (March 25, 1903 – February 27, 1990) was a noted Jewish literary scholar, theologian, and editor.Glatzer was born in Lemberg, then part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire (now ...