Franz Kafka's Outsider Jurisprudence

@article{Litowitz2002FranzKO,
  title={Franz Kafka's Outsider Jurisprudence},
  author={Douglas E. Litowitz},
  journal={Law & Social Inquiry},
  year={2002},
  volume={27},
  pages={103 - 137}
}
"Kafka was the rage," proclaimed literary critic Anatole Broyard (1993) in his memoir of Greenwich Village during the 1950s. But perhaps Broyard was mistaken to speak in the past tense, considering that Kafka is more popular than ever. Over the last decade, an international collection of scholars has produced new translations of Kafka's writings (Harmon, p. xii), and Kafka has emerged as an important cultural icon. For example, underground artist Robert Crumb published an illustrated account of… Expand
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