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Kafka; a collection of critical essays

Author: Ronald D Gray
Publisher: Englewood Cliffs, N.J., Prentice-Hall ©1962.
Series: Twentieth century views.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Franz Kafka's nightmare world of the imagination has always haunted readers, but few grasp the full meaning of his eerie, symbolic writing. To understand Kafka as a writer, one must study his work on a literary level, dismissing the temptation to concentrate on his life and religious philosophy.
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Gray, Ronald D.
Kafka.
Englewood Cliffs, N.J., Prentice-Hall c1962
(OCoLC)576046553
Named Person: Franz Kafka; Franz Kafka; Franz Kafka
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ronald D Gray
OCLC Number: 295173
Notes: "A Spectrum book."
Description: 182 pages 21 cm.
Contents: To Franz Kafka / Edwin Muir --
Kafka the artist / Friedrich Beissner --
Franz Kafka / Edwin Muir --
Novels / R.O.C. Winkler --
Metamorphosis / Johannes Pfeiffer --
Kafka the writer / Ronald Gray --
Notes on Hemingway and Kafka / Caroline Gordon --
Kafka, Gogol, and Nathanael West / Idris Parry --
Dissenting opinion on Kafka / Edmund Wilson --
World of Franz Kafka / Erich Heller --
Franz Kafka / Austin Warren --
Kafka's distorted mask / Eliseo Vivas --
Hope and the absurd in the world of Franz Kafka / Albert Camus --
Kafka and Judaism / Martin Buber --
Recent Kafka criticism (1944-1955) : a survey / H.S. Reiss.
Series Title: Twentieth century views.
Responsibility: edited by Ronald Gray.

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Franz Kafka's nightmare world of the imagination has always haunted readers, but few grasp the full meaning of his eerie, symbolic writing. To understand Kafka as a writer, one must study his work on a literary level, dismissing the temptation to concentrate on his life and religious philosophy.

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