'What do I have in common with the Jews? I don't even have anything in common with myself.' Nothing could better express the essence of Franz Kafka. Alienated from his roots, his family, his surroundings, and even his own body, Kafka created a unique literary language in which to hide away. This fantastic introduction reveals the dark humour in Kafka as well as the paranoid side he is better known for.
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David Zane Mairowitz's plays for radio are produced in over twenty countries, and his radiophonic opera, 'The Voluptuous Tango', won the Prix Italia Special Prize and the Sony Prize in 1997. Robert Crumb is the creator of Fritz the Cat, Mr Natural and other legendary cartoon figures. He is one of the pioneers of American underground comics and his work has been celebrated at the Museum of Modern Art in New York.
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