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The Zürau Aphorisms of Franz Kafka

by Franz Kafka

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Published by Schocken .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Novels, other prose & writers: from c 1900 -,
  • Modern Philosophy,
  • Philosophy,
  • Fiction - General,
  • German,
  • Literary,
  • Philosophy / General,
  • General

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsRoberto Calasso (Commentary), Michael Hofmann (Translator), Geoffrey Brock (Translator)
    The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages160
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7933814M
    ISBN 100805212078
    ISBN 109780805212075
    OCLC/WorldCa64771063

    Franz Kafka spent eight months at his sister's house in Zurau between September and April , enduring the onset of tuberculosis. By chance, Roberto Calasso rediscovered Kafka's two original Read more.   Franz Kafka composed aphorisms during two periods in his life. A series of was written between September and April , in Zürau, West Bohemia, while Kafka was on a visit to his sister Ottla, hoping for a brief respite following the diagnosis of the tuberculosis virus that would eventually claim his : Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group.

      Franz Kafka spent eight months at his sister's house in Zürau between September and April , enduring the onset of tuberculosis. Illness paradoxically set him free to write, in a series of philosophical fragments, his settling of accounts with life, marriage, his family, guilt and man’s condition.   Franz Kafka composed aphorisms during two periods in his life. A series of was written between September and April , in Zürau, West Bohemia, while Kafka was on a visit to his sister Ottla, hoping for a brief respite following the diagnosis of the tuberculosis virus that would eventually claim his life.

    Franz Kafka (3 July – 3 June ) was a German-speaking Bohemian novelist and short-story writer, widely regarded as one of the major figures of 20th-century work fuses elements of realism and the fantastic. It typically features isolated protagonists facing bizarre or surrealistic predicaments and incomprehensible socio-bureaucratic : 3 July , Prague, Bohemia, Lands of the . Franz Kafka spent eight months at his sister's house in Zürau between September and April , enduring the onset of tuberculosis. Illness paradoxically set him free to write, in a series of philosophical fragments, his settling of accounts with life, marriage, his family, guilt and man's condition.3/5(2).


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This edition of Kafka's The Zürau Aphorisms of Franz Kafka book contains both his better-known Zürau Aphorisms, and writings under the title of "He": Notes from the Year The aphorisms read like fragments from Heraclitus, heavy with the boundlessness of pre-Socratic philosophy; yet with that unique style, tone, and touch that is Kafka's/5.

While working on K., his major book on Kafka, in the Bodleian Library, Roberto Calasso realized that the Zürau aphorisms, each written on a separate slip of very thin paper, numbered but unbound, represented something unique in Kafka’s opus–a work whose form he had created simultaneously with its content/5(6).

Franz Kafka spent eight months in Zurau between September and Aprilenduring at his sister's house the onset of tuberculosis. Illness paradoxically set him free to write, in a series of philosophical fragments, his settling of accounts with life, marriage, his family, guilt and man's condition.

These aphorismso will appear, sometimes with a few words changed, scattered 5/5(1). Franz Kafka spent eight months at his sister's house in Zürau between September and Aprilenduring the onset of tuberculosis. Illness paradoxically set him free to write, in a series of philosophical fragments, his settling of accounts with life, marriage, his family, guilt and man's condition.

These aphorisms have appeared with minor revisions in 5/5(1). While working on K., his major book on Kafka, in the Bodleian Library, Roberto Calasso realized that the Zürau aphorisms, each written on a separate slip of very thin paper, numbered but unbound, represented something unique in Kafka's opusµa work whose form he had created simultaneously with its content.4/5(2).

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Franz Kafka composed aphorisms during two periods in his life. A series of was written between September and Aprilin Zürau, West Bohemia, while Kafka was on a visit to his sister Ottla, hoping for a brief respite following the diagnosis of the tuberculosis virus that would eventually claim his life.

The Zürau Aphorisms Quotes Showing of 45 “There is a destination but no way there; what we refer to as way is hesitation.” ― Franz Kafka, The Zürau Aphorisms. While working on K., his major book on Kafka, in the Bodleian Library, Roberto Calasso realized that the Zürau aphorisms, each written on a separate slip of very thin paper, numbered but unbound, represented something unique in Kafka’s opus–a work whose form he had created simultaneously with its content.

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Jim Finnegan, proprietor of the ursprache blog, read The Zürau Aphorisms of Franz Kafka (Schocken Books, ), translated by Michael Hofmann, on a plane recently and sent these thoughts: “The original aphorisms, though known of and posthumously published but only partly, were discovered in a folder in an archive in the new Bodleian Library at Oxford.

Get this from a library. The Zürau aphorisms of Franz Kafka. [Franz Kafka; Roberto Calasso; Geoffrey Brock; Michael Hofmann] -- "The essential philosophical writings of one of the twentieth century's most influential writers are now gathered into a single volume with an introduction and afterword by the celebrated writer and.

While working on K., his major book on Kafka, in the Bodleian Library, Roberto Calasso realized that the Zürau aphorisms, each written on a separate slip of very thin paper, numbered but unbound, represented something unique in Kafka's opus--a work whose form he had created simultaneously with its notebooks, freshly translated and.

Franz Kafka composed aphorisms during two periods in his life. A series of was written between September and Aprilin Zürau, West Bohemia, while Kafka was on a visit to his sister Ottla, hoping for a brief respite following the diagnosis of the tuberculosis virus that would eventually claim his life/5(9).

Franz Kafka spent eight months at his sister's house in Zürau between September and Aprilenduring the onset of tuberculosis. Illness paradoxically set him free to write, in a series of philosophical fragments, his settling of accounts with life, marriage, his family, guilt and man's condition.

These aphorisms have appeared with minor revisions in various. Kafka twice wrote aphorisms in his lifetime. The first effort was a series ofknown as the Zürau Aphorisms, which were written between September and April and originally published posthumously by his friend, Max Brod, in These aphorisms reflect on metaphysical and theological issues--as well as the occasional dog.

Kafka twice wrote aphorisms in his lifetime. The first effort was a series ofknown as the Zürau Aphorisms, which were written between September and April and originally published posthumously by his friend, Max Brod, in These aphorisms reflect on metaphysical and theological issues--as well as the occasional dog.

The Zürau Aphorisms of Franz Kafka (Book): Kafka, Franz: Random House, essential philosophical writings of one of the twentieth century’s most influential writers are now gathered into a single volume with an introduction and afterword by the celebrated writer and publisher Roberto s set him free to write a series of philosophical fragments:.

Franz Kafka spent eight months at his sister's house in Zürau between September and Aprilenduring the onset of tuberculosis. Illness paradoxically set him free to write, in a series of philosophical fragments, his settling of accounts with life, marriage, his family, guilt and man's condition.3/5(2).

Franz Kafka composed aphorisms during two periods in his life. A series of was written between September and Aprilin Zürau, West Bohemia, while Kafka was on a visit to his sister Ottla, hoping for a brief respite following the diagnosis of the tuberculosis virus that would eventually claim his life/5(K).The Zürau Aphorisms of Franz Kafka.

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