Next Reading

kafka

I mentioned in my last post that today is my birthday, and from my wonderful partner I had the above edition of Franz Kafka’s ‘Metamorphosis and other stories’. I had planned to read Joseph Conrad’s ‘Heart of Darkness’ next, but think that I will dive into the Kafka first. Expect thoughts to follow!

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3 thoughts on “Next Reading

  1. Fantastic blog, thank you for following me by the way. I have also written about Kafka here: http://dontbendascend.wordpress.com/2013/04/22/kafka-1915/, after receiving a lovely edition of ‘The Metamorphosis’ from my parents after they visited Prague, I hadn’t really appreciated his prose but I do now!

  2. Thank you! A month after this post, I have finally begun the book! I will post thoughts etc. on here in due course. Also, I really like this other blog of yours too- I may nominate this as well!

    • Awesome, I look forward to it! Thank you very much, I try to keep it completely separate from the ‘Bones blog as I like being able to do something completely different and change styles and mix fiction and non-fiction. Loving your blog as well, keep up the great work! Thanks again!

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