FRANZ KAFKA STORIES 1904 - 1924,

By: Franz Kafka, translated

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FRANZ KAFKA STORIES 1904 - 1924, by Franz Kafka, translated by J A Underwood, with Foreword by Jorge Luis Borges
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Macdonald & Co, London - first edition this translation ISBN:035404639X, 1981. hardcover, 5½" x 8¾", with dust jacket. Minor sun-fading to jacket spine. A crisp, firm copy. AS NEW book in AS NEW unclipped dust jacket. Collected here for the first time in English, are all the stories published in volume form during Kafka's lifetime. From the Expressionist prose pieces of 'Looking to See', written when Kafka was in his twenties, to his very last work, 'Josephine', they cover the whole span of Kafka's writing career, culminating in 'one of the few great and perfect works of poetic imagination written during this century', as Elias Canetti describes 'The Metamorphosis'. Kafka's stories, argues Borges, are superior even to his novels.

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