Franz Kafka

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Noun1.Franz Kafka - Czech novelist who wrote in German about a nightmarish world of isolated and troubled individuals (1883-1924)
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The man who translated the works of Franz Kafka, the German-language novelist and short story writer, widely regarded as one of the major figures of 20th-century literature, into Urdu titled 'Kafka ke Afsane' is no more.
Unlike the original novel by Franz Kafka, which is set in Europe, this stage version of The Trial is set in New York City.
El joven Franz Kafka nace en 1883 en Praga, ubicada en la periferia del Imperio austro-hungaro; fue el recipiente de culturas en que se cruzaron la historia eslava, austriaca, alemana y judia, muere en 1924 en el sanatorio Kierling junto al Viena.
It is based on a 10-chapter- novel of the same name written by Franz Kafka during 1914-1915 and published in 1925 then adapted by Pierre Cholot.
Franz Kafka (3 July 1883-3 June 1924) was a German-language writer of novels and short stories who is widely regarded as one of the major figures of 20th-century literature.
Though artists Franz Kafka and David Cerny are polar opposites, both capture significant aspects of the spirit of Prague, then and now.
Well, I certainly didn't know that TV chef Fanny Cradock grew tomatoes that had been fed on tea and urine, or that heavyduty author Franz Kafka is credited with developing the first hard hat.
In July of 1923, Franz Kafka, forty years old, is ill with tuberculosis and convalescing near the Baltic Sea, when he meets twenty-five-year-old Dora Diamant, a remarkable woman fifteen years his junior who seems to him the essence of all that is young, alive, and wonderful.
Georg Mordechai Langer turns up from time to time as a curious sidebar to the life of Franz Kafka.
These locales are sure to satisfy even the most insatiable hunger for Czech literature, including, of course, the works of Prague's most famous son, Franz Kafka, whose influence haunts every obscure alleyway, from cobbled street below to ascetic spire above.
PRAGUE -- Yan Lianke, a Chinese author who has seen some of his novels banned in his homeland, has received the prestigious Franz Kafka Prize in the Czech Republic.
The late Franz Kafka is assisted by librettist Christopher Hampton and iconic composer Philip Glass for a scary but intoxicating couple of hours.