Definition of Franz kafka

1. Noun. Czech novelist who wrote in German about a nightmarish world of isolated and troubled individuals (1883-1924).

Exact synonyms: Kafka
Generic synonyms: Author, Writer

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Franz Kafka

Frantzel's murmur
Franz Anton Mesmer
Franz Ferdinand
Franz Josef I
Franz Josef Land
Franz Joseph
Franz Joseph Haydn
Franz Joseph Kline
Franz Kafka
Franz Kline
Franz Lehar
Franz Liszt
Franz Peter Schubert
Franz Schubert
Franz Seraph Peter Schubert
Franz Werfel
Fraser-Lendrum stain
Fraser Island
Fraser fir
Fraser firs

Literary usage of Franz kafka

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1. Pragueby Philippe Bénet, Renata Holzbachová by Philippe Bénet, Renata Holzbachová (2000)
"Literary creativity flourished with the Prague-born poet Rainer Maria Rilke (1875-1926) and writer franz kafka, whose spirit still haunts the city which ..."

2. Wisdom for the Soul: Five Millennia of Prescriptions for Spiritual Healing by Larry Chang (2006)
"franz kafka, 1883-1924 ~ The Diaries of franz kafka 1914-1923, Max Brod, ed., Martin Harry Greenberg, tr., 1949 But you who walk facing the sun, ..."

3. Naked Reading: Uncovering What Tweens Need to Become Lifelong Readers by Teri S. Lesesne (2006)
"... Top Step: The Metamorphosis by franz kafka (graphic novel format) Naked Reading: Uncovering What Tweens Need to Become Lifelong Readers by Teri Lesesne. ..."

4. Back from Utopia: The Challenge of the Modern Movementby Hubert-Jan Henket, Hilde Heynen by Hubert-Jan Henket, Hilde Heynen (2002)
"... how such cultural battles ofthe tenses are universal and inevitable.30 She cites a parable by franz kafka in which a man is situated on a road, ..."

5. OECD Economic Surveys: Belgium by OECD Staff, Oecd (2005)
"This clause is named after franz kafka (1883-1924) the writer who denounced the indifference of the state. Kafka describes the powerlessness of the citizen ..."

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