Letters To Milena
by Franz Kafka, James Stern, Tania Stern
Editor: Vintage Publishing
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Kafka first met Milena Jesenska in 1920, when she was translating her first short prose into Czech, and their relationship quickly developed into a deep attachment to her.Such was her feeling for her that Kafka showed her her diaries and, in so doing, exposed her heart and conscience.Milena, for her part, was passionate and fearless, cool and intelligent in her decisions, but reckless when her emotions are involvedKafka once described his life as living’so intensely down to such depths’.If she did not want to suffer, through him, it was in part her great appetite for lifeHowever, while sometimes Milena”, the genius of life “gave Kafka new life, she finally exhausted it, and their relationship was for the last little over two yearsIn 1924 Kafka died in a sanatorium near Vienna, and Milena died in 1944, at the hands of the Nazis, leaving these letters as a historical movement of their relationship
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