Interesting, as I've just started to read the Trial,
the only of Kafka's works I haven't gotten through
yet. (Aside from letters and diaries.) It doesn't seem
too flattering, as usual when regarding adaptations of
authors' works. Most of the things I've heard about
Kafka adaptions haven't been good. There is a short
film called "It's a Wonderful Life, Franz Kafka!"
which is a humorous combination of an imagining Kafka
as he wrote "The Metamorphosis" and the movie "It's a
Wonderful Life." (Seeing as how he was Jewish, the
combination doesn't quite gel, but it still
--- nicoleh7 <nicoleh7@...
> Here is a link to a review of the premiere of an
> opera written after
> Kafka's The Trial
For the most part the phenomenology of the world is a nightmarish excrescence.
All these buildings. What did Talbert want to do--sodomize the Festival Hall?
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