Franz Kafka--his father's son. A study in literary sexuality.

@article{Hoffman1974FranzKF,
  title={Franz Kafka--his father's son. A study in literary sexuality.},
  author={N. Hoffman},
  journal={JAMA},
  year={1974},
  volume={229},
  pages={1623-1626}
}
FRANZ KAFKA wrote some of the most brilliant, disturbing, difficult, harrowing—and prophetic—literature of the twentieth century. Fragmentary though much of his work may be, for many of his fictions are in the form of diaries and reflections, and many of his diaries ask questions about the nature of reality, still his strange genius is imprinted on every page. While all writing is, in a sense, autobiographical, and while literary critics must avoid the "biographical fallacy" of interpreting a… Expand

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