This letter is the closest that Kafka came to setting down his autobiography.

Letter to my Father-500x500

This translation should be required reading for anyone interested in the works of Kafka. It contains the keys to unlock a new level of understanding; how Kafka’s relationship with his father shaped both Kafka himself and everything that he wrote. Kafka sees his father as a raging authoritarian figure from whom he can never escape, and whose strength of character and sense of irreproachableness leaves Kafka crushed. In Franz’s own words: “my writing dealt with you.”

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