The Son Kafka Never Knew He Had

Until shortly before his death, Max Brod debated whether or not to publish the story about the illegitimate child Kafka may have had — and shared those deliberations with my mother, a poet, in an apartment in Tel Aviv

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From the late 1950s to 1968, once a week my mother, poet Netti Boleslav, would make her way by bus to 16 Hayarden street in Tel Aviv.