by Franz Kafka , Mark Harman
✅ Editor: Schocken Books
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Franz Kafka final of the novel tells the haunting story of a man known only as Kand his implacable, vain struggle with unfathomable authority in order to win an entry to the CastleAlthough Kafka seems to consider “The Castle” a failure, critics, to struggle with its enigmatic meaning, recognized as one of the great novels of our centuryUnfinished at the death of Kafka, in 1924, the manuscript of “The Castle” was edited for publication by Kafka, friend and literary executor, Max BrodBoth the Brod’s edition and the English-language translation of what was prepared by Willa and Edwin Muir in 1930, were long considered defectiveThis new edition of Kafka is terrifying and comical, masterpiece is the product of an international team of experts, who returned to Kafka original manuscript and notes to create an edition that is as close as possible to how the author left itThe’Literary Supplement of the Times` praised their work, saying that it will be’ decisive to change our understanding of Kafka and make previous editions obsoleteBrand Harman’s brilliant translation closely follows the fluidity and breathlessness of the low density of punctuated original manuscript, revealing levels of comedy, energy and visual power that have not already been accessible to English-readers’ languageWHAuden compared Kafka for Dante, Shakespeare and Goethe as the most important writer of his ageHere, in this new edition, is a Kafka for the twenty-first century
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