The castle

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Secker & Warburg, 1953 - Literary Criticism - 451 pages
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Upon his death in 1924, Kafka instructed his literary executor, Max Brod, to destroy all his manuscripts. Wisely refusing his friend's last wishes, Brod edited the uncompleted Castle, along with other ... Read full review

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I got into Kafka backwards, as this was the first thing I ever read by him. It was, however, brilliantly bizare, like reading a nightmare. I dare say it was Kafkaesque. Read full review

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