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Franz Kafka Kafkaesque: Kafkaesque: of, relating to, or suggestive of Franz Kafka or his writings; especially : having a nightmarishly complex, bizarre,

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1 Franz Kafka Kafkaesque: Kafkaesque: of, relating to, or suggestive of Franz Kafka or his writings; especially : having a nightmarishly complex, bizarre, or illogical quality Kafka

2 Franz Kafka was born on July 3, 1883 Born in Prague, Bohemia He was the first child of Hermann and Julie His father was a store owner

3 Oldest of 4 surviving children Franz was named after Franz Joseph Emperor of Austria/King of Hungary Young Franz was quiet and withdrawn. He liked to write plays for his sisters to put on in their spare time

4 Franz was sent to German schools, not Czech ones He was an outsider from the start At 13, he had his bar mitzvah

5 In 1901 he graduated from Gymnasium, and went on to Charles Ferdinand University At school he met Max Brod Max Brod introduced Franz to the idea of Zionism Max Brod introduced Franz to the idea of Zionism

6 Franz had been trying to write since about 1898 In 1908 he began working at the Workers' Accident Insurance Institute Max Brod convinced Kafka to publish some of his work August 13, 1912, Franz met Felice Bauer

7 In November and December he wrote "The Metamorphosis. Meanwhile the courtship by letter of Felice continued Felice had a friend, Grete Bloch Felice had a friend, Grete Bloch Franz broke off the engagement in July of 1914 Franz broke off the engagement in July of 1914

8 August 1914 was diagnosed with tuberculosis 1915 The Metamorphosis was published. A story about a man who wakes up one day and discovers hes turned into a huge revolting insect

9 went to stay with his favorite sister, Ottla, in Zürau, northwest of Prague he became engaged again, this time to Julie Whoryzek As 1924 began, Franz's health got worse and worse

10 He died on June 3, All three of his sisters died in concentration camps Max Brod published most of Kafkas work, including some work unfinished. Even thought Kafka had stated in his will that he wanted them to be burned.

11 Published Betrachtung (Contemplation) Das Urteil (The Judgment) Der Heizer Die Verwandlung (The Metamorphosis) In der Strafkolonie (In the Penal Colony) Ein Landarzt (A Country Doctor) Ein Hungerkünstler (A Hunger Artist) Ein Damenbrevier Gespräch mit dem Beter Gespräch mit dem Betrunkenen Die Aeroplane in Brescia Ein Roman der Jugend Eine entschlafene Zeitschrift «Richard und Samuel» in Zsarbeit mit Max Brod Großer Lärm Aus Matlárháza Der Kübelreiter

12 Unpublished Works "Es gibt…" (1897) "Wie viel Worte…" (1900) "Man darf nicht sagen:…" (1906) "Hochzeitsvorbereitungen auf dem Lande" ( ) "Beschreibung eines Kampfes" ( ) "Unter meinen Mitschülern…" (1909) "Diese Wahl…" (1909) "Kleine Seele" (1909) "Wir wußten nicht eigentlich" "Skizze zur Einleitung für Richard und Samuel" (1911) "Das ist ein Anblick" (1911) "Einleitungsvortrag über Jargon" (1912) "Der Dorfschullehrer" ( ) "Der Unterstaatsanwalt" ( ) "Ein junger ehrgeiziger Student" ( ) "Blumfeld ein älterer Junggeselle" (1915) "Wer einmal scheintot gewesen ist…" (II, 5) Brief an den Vater (II, 6) "Er blickt aus dem Fenster…" (II, 7) "… sich daran zu beteiligen" (II, 8) "Es war der erste Spatenstich" (II, 9) "Sie standen plötzlich da…" (II, 10) "Ich sah aus dem Fenster…" (II, 11) "Ein großes Fahnentuch…" (II, 12) "Ich wollte mich im Unterholz verstecken…" (II, 13) "Ein junger Student…" (II, 14) "… nächstens kommt" (II, 15) "Ich entlief ihr…" (II, 16) Bilder von der Verteidigung eines Hofes (II, 17) "Ich schreibe nun nieder…" (II, 18) "Besonders in den ersten…" (II, 19) "Fort von hier…" (II, 20) "Traurig lief des Alten Magd…" (II, 21) Das Ehepaar (II, 22) "Vor dem Stadtor…" (II, 23) "Die Reise…" (II, 24) "Im Dunkel der Gasse…" (II, 25) "Dann lag die Ebene…" (II, 26) "Die Tür des Zimmers…" (II, 27) "… noch nicht hier" (II, 28)

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