Kafka's Prague

by Klaus Wagenbach

Kafka's Prague

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Franz Kafka, whose cool detached prose and vivid literary images of power and metamorphosis have left a lasting influence on almost all of the world's literatures, ever hardly left his home city of Prague during his short life (1883-1924). This travel book-cum-reader provides a journey through both Kafka's reality and imagination permitting the reader or traveller to experience Kafka's milieu as he wrote such books as The Trial' and 'Metamorphosis'. Includes 8 maps and 150 B & W photographs - contemporary and vintage.'
About the book

Franz Kafka, whose cool detached prose and vivid literary images of power and metamorphosis have left a lasting influence on almost all of the world's literatures, ever hardly left his home city of Prague during his short life (1883-1924). This travel book-cum-reader provides a journey through both Kafka's reality and imagination permitting the reader or traveller to experience Kafka's milieu as he wrote such books as The Trial' and 'Metamorphosis'. Includes 8 maps and 150 B & W photographs - contemporary and vintage.'