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Illustrations to Novels and Parables by Franz Kafka (2002)

Franz Kafka (1883-1924), Czech-born German-language writer, has greatly influenced the literature of the twentieth century and his work open to endless interpretation.

In "The Metamorphosis", his most widely known story, one can hear Kafka's deeply hidden despair and fear of the blind fate. What happens to Gregor Zamza is a symbol of what has happened with the human being and could be named a crisis of humanity.

These are original limited edition linocuts, printed on card stock smooth finish paper with oil based printing ink.

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