Kafka's work is considered enigmatic, impenetrable and inexplicable, and the unprecedented variety of interpretations that this author of the century provoked has a daunting effect on some readers. And yet: Kafka 'works' across all linguistic and cultural barriers, and miraculously, his work doesn't seem to age either. But how is that possible with an author whose texts are such intimate reflections of their own biography and their own experiences? how did he do that?
Rainer Stach - Kafka's secret. An introduction
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An audio book by Reiner Stach in the series: Understanding Kafka.
Read by Rainer Stach
Playing time: 62 min.