Audio Program 66 The Czech Republic's Franz Kafka
Because Kafka is the only Czech writer to attain world fame, Dr. Engel emphasizes his unusual and uneasy Czech-Jewish heritage which disturbed Kafka's psyche and provided his uniquely dark vision. Since all of his famous works deal with cruel and mysterious authority, Kafka's troubled relationship with his father is thoroughly explored. 43 minutes.
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