Kafka

  • (noun): Czech novelist who wrote in German about a nightmarish world of isolated and troubled individuals (1883-1924).
    Synonyms: Franz Kafka

Some articles on kafka:

Martin Kafka - Career
... Kafka earned his undergraduate degree at Columbia College of Columbia University in 1968 and his M.D ... In 1999 Kafka was elected a full member of the International Academy of Sex Research ... Kafka was a charter member of the International Association for the Treatment of Sex Offenders (IATSO) in 2000 ...
Shrapnel (DC Comics) - In Other Media - Television
... This version is General Kafka (inspired by the eponymous future villain in the OMAC comic book series), a Russian war criminal who was turned into an organic metal being through a lab accident ... Though the comic book Shrapnel was simply deranged, and the future Kafka a petty mercenary obsessed with world domination, this incarnation of Shrapnel is driven by ...
The Blue Octavo Notebooks
... referred to as The Eight Octavo Notebooks) is a series of eight notebooks written by Franz Kafka from late 1917 until June 1919 ... The name was given to them by Max Brod, Kafka's literary executor, to differentiate them from the regular quarto-sized notebooks Kafka used as diaries ... found a series of extracts copied out and numbered by Kafka ...
Citizen Kafka
... Citizen Kafka (also known as Sid Kafka and The Citizen) was the stage name of New York-based radio personality and folk musician Richard Shulberg (November 20, 1947, Brooklyn, New York - March 14, 2009) ... in the late 1970s and continuing through much of the 1990s, Citizen Kafka produced and hosted a number of radio programs on Pacifica Foundation's WBAI-FM in New York, presenting an eclectic range ... One such program was the monthly "Citizen Kafka Show", which Kafka co-created in 1979 with then-unknown actor John Goodman and musician Kenny Kosek ...
Letters To Ottla
... Letters to Ottla the Family is a book collecting Franz Kafka's letters to his sister Ottla (Ottilie Davidová, née Kafka), as well as some letters to his parents Julie and Hermann Kafka ... The English edition also includes photographs of Kafka and Ottla, as well as several images of postcards, letters, and drawings Kafka had sent his sister ...