Franz Kafka, a gentleman: the story of the doll traveler – AuralcraveToday I read a text which I needed to write about… Although it is not much of the theme of this blog, I felt I needed to share. I have a daughter and everyday I realise how difficult it is to educate kids. What we do now it will construct their day and existence in the future…. So, the text was about Kafka, a Czech writer of the early 20th century who used to write in the German language and who wrote books which are still very actual and famous such as the process and the castle. Kafka met a little girl in a park in Berlin. The little girl had lost its doll and it was looking for it… kafka met her when she was desperate about it… Rather than telling the little girl that the doll was gone, Kafta looked for the doll with the girl and asked the girl to come back to the park in the next day…. In the next day Kafka brought a letter to the girls, the letter that the doll had written to the girl explaining and apologising for having left so suddenly without advising of the departure… Every day for many days Kafka came back to the park with a new letter from the doll which described the many adventures the doll was having around the Globe….
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Franz Kafka, a gentleman: the story of the doll traveler
Top notch, Mrs. Enjoyed this very much. It adds the possibility of a new dimension to the intriguing drama that was Kafka's life. I notice that, at least according to Auster, Dora Dymant was with Kafka during this time of the "doll letters". Kafka met Dora in July When his tuberculosis worsened, she took him to a sanitorium in April
Sometimes we read books that leave us pleasant memories, a good aftertaste or a certain inspiration that is difficult to describe. They are stories that resonate with us in one way or another; stories that make us relive certain memories, feel special emotions or simply leave us with a smile that it lasts for a long time. A novel, in which the author beautifully blends well reality with fantasy, and was originally written for children and teenagers based on real events that occurred in the life of Franz Kafka. Kafka and the Traveling Doll combines the real life of Czech writer born in Prague, one of the most important original writers of the 20th century, with the masterful imagination of the Catalan writer Sierra i Fabra. It is easy to read, it is short and truly beautiful. Read it in Spanish, you can learn many new words. Try it!
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New Directions. - The legend about Kafka as a tormented man with a very acute sensibility is well known. Franz Kafka is one of the first modern writers to ask himself the great questions about human existence, about our lives.
Franz Kafka, the story goes, encountered a little girl in the park where he went walking daily. She was crying. She had lost her doll and was desolate. Kafka offered to help her look for the doll and arranged to meet her the next day at the same spot. Unable to find the doll he composed a letter from the doll and read it to her when they met. I will write you of my adventures.