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Translated from the French by Wade Baskin. An authority on contemporary French literature and a novelist in his own right, Professor Albérès is eminently qualified to trace the literary development and relate the leading French intellectual’s fictional works to his philosophical and political writings. Professor Albérès has also published studies of Sartre and Unamuno. Professor de Boisdeffre is the author of many critical and historical studies, including a book on Malraux.

The book discusses the historical setting, the This is a study of Kafka’s tragic vision of life, his profoundly disturbing awareness of man’s utter loneliness in a pitiless universe, and his artistry in effecting a strange intimate fusion between symbolism and realism-between anguished poetic narration and the terrifying reality of an absurd and ambiguous environment.

The book discusses the historical setting, the literary currents, and the personal details affecting the development of Kafka's genius: his isolation in a labyrinthine universe; his sufferings, sickness and death; his influence and survival through his art. The central idea of the book is summed up in a quotation from Jean-Paul Sartre: "I have nothing to say about Kafka except that he is one of the rarest and greatest writers of our time. Translated from the French by Wade Baskin.

René Marill Albérès or R. Albérès was the pseudonym of René Marill (1921-1982), a. .with Pierre de Boisdeffre) Kafka; the torment of man, 1967. Translated by Wade Baskin. Albérès was the pseudonym of René Marill (1921-1982), a French writer and literary critic Life. René Marill Albérès was born on 10 March 2921 in Perpignan  .

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The book discusses the historical setting, the literary currents, and the personal details affecting the development of Kafka’s genius: his isolation in a labyrinthine universe; his sufferings, sickness and death; his influence and survival through his art. The central idea of the book is summed up in a quotation from Jean-Paul Sartre: I have nothing to say about Kafka except that he is one of the rarest and greatest writers of our time. Biographies Politicians & Historical Figures.

Kafka - René Marill-Albérès. The singular value of Kafka: The Torment of Man is that it points out not only the strength of Kafka’s writing but also the profound insights therein. Today many voices, beginning with Beckett’s, say the authors, seem to be echoes of his voice. With Kafka the writer begins to descend from the regions ruled by power and glor. o those in which he is besieged by uncertainty, anguish, and humiliation.

A study of Kafka's tragic vision of life, his profoundly disturbing awareness of man's utter loneliness in a pitiless universe, and his artistry in effect a strange, intimate, fusion between symbolism and realism - between anguished poetic narration and the terrifying reality of an absurd and ambiguous environment. The book discusses the historical setting, the literary currents, and the personal details affecting the development of Kafka's genius; his isolation in a labyrinthine universe; his sufferings, sickness, and death; his influence and survival through his art. The central idea of the book is summed up in a quotation from jean-Paul Sartre: "I have nothing to say about Kafka except that he is one of the rarest and greatest writers of our time". The authors are specialist in contemporary literature. Professor Alberes also published studies of Sartre and Unamuno. Professor do Boisdeffre was the author of many critical and historical studies, including a book on Malraux.
Kafka: The Torment of Man download epub
History & Criticism
Author: R.M. Alberes,P.De Boisdeffre,W. Baskin
ISBN: 0854782818
Category: Literature & Fiction
Subcategory: History & Criticism
Language: English
Publisher: Vision; 1St Edition edition (September 1968)
Pages: 103 pages