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Author Study: Franz Kafka Curated by Taylor Adams '18

This LibGuide provides information on renowned author Franz Kafka, as well as extensive analysis of his most popular works.

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"A HUNGER ARTIST" READ ALOUD

Hanif Kureishi reads 'A Hunger Artist' by Franz Kafka

The most important things - eating, sleeping and sex - are difficult, if not sometimes impossible, for everyone. Kafka's short masterpiece, "A Hunger Artist", written at the end of his life in 1922, tells the story of a man who makes the most of this by perfecting the art of starvation, and exhibiting himself in a cage for the public.

Kafka's Most Notable Works

Kafka's Most Notable Works

Kafka's Most Notable Works

Kafka's Most Notable Works

Kafka's Most Notable Works

Kafka's Most Notable Works

Kafka's Most Notable Works