Have you ever wondered what the term 'kafkaesque' means? Read "The Trial" by Franz Kafka, and you'll know.
Joseph K. is detained on his 30th birthday. But what is he guilty of? Mysterious, surreal, prophetic: Kafka's posthumous novel is one of the most puzzling works of world literature.
After a Kafkaesque legal battle, disputed documents from Kafka's closet confidant, Max Brod, are now part of the Israel National Library's collection. Defying Kafka's dying wish, Brod turned him into a famous writer.
A milestone in post-war literature for breaking the taboo of talking about the persecution of Jews by Germany, "The Greater Hope" tells the story of a young "half-Jewish" girl during the late years of the war.
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