January 15, 2014
What It Really Means to Be ‘Kafkaesque’

Author Ben Marcus says the beautiful but sorrowful strangeness of Kafka’s “A Message from the Emperor” make it a perfect piece of writing.
Read more. [Image: Doug McLean]

What It Really Means to Be ‘Kafkaesque’

Author Ben Marcus says the beautiful but sorrowful strangeness of Kafka’s “A Message from the Emperor” make it a perfect piece of writing.

Read more. [Image: Doug McLean]

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    i am going to look up and read ben marcus’s books just on the strength, beauty and insight of this interview
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    For Marcus, Kafka’s quintessential qualities are affecting use of language, a setting that straddles fantasy and...
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