Franz Kafka

Franz Kafka was born in Prague in 1883 to middle-class, bourgeois Jewish parents. During his life he worked in accident insurance and it was only when his work was published posthumously that he became one of the most defining writers of his century, best known for his short stories including “The Metamorphosis,” “In The Penal Colony,”and “The Hunger Artist,” and his novels including The Trial and The Castle.


ARTICLES FEATURING FRANZ

Gregor Samsa: Drone Operator

In the era of drone warfare, the body is little more than an embarrassing reminder of what the soldier has in common with the enemy....

Gregor Samsa: Drone Operator


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