Unseen Kafka Archive to be made public

Huge collection of Kafka manuscripts to be published for the first time
Andy Warhol silkscreen of Franz Kafka
Alison Flood (The Guardian) (link via Johann Gregory): 'The long-running trial over the ownership of the manuscripts came to a conclusion on Sunday, when judge Talia Kopelman-Pardo ruled in Tel Aviv that the collection should be handed to the Israeli National Library in Jerusalem. The library has said that it will publish the documents, which run to tens of thousands of pages and include notebooks of Kafka's writing, online.' [Read More]

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