Tag Archives: Franz Kafka

Kafka’s Prague

My guidebook included a walking route called “Kafka’s Prague” and I did it on my first day in the city. I didn’t go all the way to the end (the last spot was where Hotel Intercontinental stood today, so I … Okumaya devam et

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The Unbearable Lightness of Being

I am in Prague and am reading the Unbearable Lightness of Being. It feels like Alain de Botton’s Essays on Love – a book I lent to someone and never got back. Milan Kundera’s book, I was recommended to read … Okumaya devam et

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Favourite passages from Dearest Father

I got a print-out of Dearest Father and therefore was able to underline my favourite sections. The first one’s from Kafka’s childhood, from the time he and his father would go swimming together: “I was already weighed down by your … Okumaya devam et

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