'What do I have in common with the Jews? I don't even have anything in common with myself.' So said Franz Kafka, described by his friends as living behind a 'glass wall'. Kafka wrote in the tradition of the great Yiddish storytellers, whose stock-in-trade was bizarre fantasy, tainted with hilarity and self-abasement. But alienated from his roots, his family and his own body, Kafka created a unique literary language in which to hide away, transforming himself into a cockroach, an ape, a mole or a circus artiste. David Zane Mairowitz's brilliant text and the illustrations of the world's greatest underground comic artist, Robert Crumb, provide a unique glimpse through the glass wall and into Kafka's world. 'Goes far beyond explication or popularization or survey – a work of art in its own right.' Amazon.com
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Programme notes for Kakfa Fragmente tour, May/June 2011
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A second volume of short stories and poetry translated from the Hebrew.
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A few pages of my work for flute, bass clarinet, violoncello, piano and two megaphons.
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Personal development, including positive thinking ...
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Metamorphosis: Ovid - Kafka. Metamorfosis: Ovidio - Kafka
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'Night As It Was', a story about the 'Spontaneous Sky Makeover' in KIndle Magazine(June 2011 Kafka issue)
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The Castle - F.KAFKA
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The Kafka Special issue
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(SHORT-LISTED N.T. BOOK OF THE YEAR 2011) A collection of strange tales set in a mythologized 'Suburbia', following various inhabitants as they attempt to stay awake amidst hypnotic routine. In the vein of G.K. Chesterton, J.L. Borges, Franz Kafka and William Burroughs. Regard the bizarre parables of modern life contained within -- such as the man whose telephone follows him everywhere he goes, or the woman who becomes stuck in an infinite loop. Then there is the man who is summoned to court to justify his existence, and the band of gypsies who live on the rooftops of the city.
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