A View of Infinity by Idris Parry

German Literature scholar Idris Parry explores the snapping and unnameable infinity, in the work of Musil and Kafka, focussing on sexuality and its uncomfortable but intoxicating awakening in boys through adolescent interactions, specifically in the first book of Musil’s, Young Törless. This article is taken from PN Review 31, Volume 9 Number 5, May – […]

Aspects of Kafka by John Pilling

Franz Kafka John Pilling Kafka is one of the most inventive geniuses of our age, and yet his personal life belies the truth about our society’s treatment of those who could truly enrich it with their ideas. Franz Kafka lived a life of consecutive and unending tragedy, repetitive and brutal torment, ending with the contraction […]

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