Tag archive for ‘Franz Kafka’
Louis Rene Beres On Wednesday, November 15th, 2017

Kafka in Jerusalem: Deciphering Strategic Meanings for the Jewish State

  By Louis René Beres “Many people prowl round Mount Sinai. Their speech is blurred, either they are garrulous or they shout or they are taciturn. But none of them comes straight down a broad, More...

Alan Gallindoss On Tuesday, August 9th, 2016

After 7-years Israeli supreme court stripped off Franz Kafka scripts from his biographer’s Family

  Israel’s supreme court has finally put an end to a seven year long saga, ruling that an archive of Franz Kafka manuscripts should stay in Israel and be transferred to the country’s National Library. More...

Tazpit News Agency On Wednesday, July 8th, 2015

Israeli Court Rules: Priceless Kafka Collection Goes to Israel’s National Library

After decades of legal wrangling, the Tel Aviv District Court last Wednesday awarded custody of the estate of Max Brod, Franz Kafka’s friend and publisher, to the National Library of Israel in Jerusalem. The More...

S.M. Lightening On Monday, October 20th, 2014

The Man Who Should Play Kafka: Jason Schwartzman Cornered the Market on Anxiety-Riddled Authors

No, we have no idea if anyone is planning a new movie about Franz Kafka, but we know that, should that project ever take off—and it should—the Hollywood actor most likely to carry the role is Jason More...

Clive Minchom On Thursday, July 4th, 2013

Tribute to Franz Kafka’s 130 year Birthday: The Google Doodle

– – / By Clive Minchom/ The Metamorphosis is a famous story written by Franz Kafka from the year 1915, where a man wakes up one morning and finds he has been transformed into a ​cockroach. To More...

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