Franz Kafka: A Question of Jewish Identity: Two Perspectives
Franz Kafka, the Jewish writer from Prague, who wrote in German, grew up after the Emancipation at a time when most Jews in Central and Western Europe suffered from an identity crisis. The most prominent characteristic of the experience of this generation of young people was "hybridism," a kind of partial assimilation that brought them to a dead-end. In Franz Kafka: A Ques...more
Paperback, 273 pages
Published December 26th 2001 by University Press of America
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