At a glance:
- Author: Franz Kafka
- First Published: 1967
- Type of Work: Letters
- Time of Work: 1912-1917
- Setting: Berlin and Prague
- Genres: Nonfiction, Letters
- Subjects: Memory, Love or romance, Authors or writers, Marriage, Lifestyles, Biography
Form and Content
Letters to Felice consists of a voluminous correspondence produced by Franz Kafka, one of the most prominent authors of the twentieth century. It consists of more than five hundred letters written by Kafka to a woman named Felice Bauer during the period from 1912 to 1917. He later destroyed her correspondence to him, but she saved his letters and sold them in 1955 to the New York publisher Zalman Schocken.
In order to understand the significance of these personal documents, some explanation is in order concerning the relationship between Kafka...
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