Franz Kafkas Invitation to a Literary Sance

In letters to his beloved Milena, now compiled in a new Hebrew translation, Kafka creates art in which he invests as much intensity, imagination and thought as he did in his short stories and novels.

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"Letters to Milena" by Franz Kafka, translated into Hebrew from the German by Jonathan Nirad, Carmel Publishing House, 294 pages, 80 shekels