Tag: Kafka

  • Talking about Franz Kafka’s The Metamorphosis While Doodling – Vlog

    Just wanted to chat about The Metamorphosis which I recently re-read for the 3rd time. Also experimenting with this kind of video…not sure if I’m going to continue with doodles or not, but it was kind of fun to make. 🙂

  • Echoes of Literature in "Julia Ross"

    If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is. The cautionary cliche, while well known, still remains almost limitless in its potential for the mystery and thrillers genres.  Perhaps this is why watching My Name is Julia Ross (1945) immediately calls to mind its literary precursors from the works of Arthur Conan Doyle […]

  • Favorite Authors: Franz Kafka – Episode 20

    In this episode, I reminisce over the time I met Franz Kafka and my own “metamorphosis” as I discovered his Kafkaesque world.

  • Wedding Preparations in the Country

    I rarely read Kafka straight through.  Even in the middle of a story, I’ll take a sudden hiatus and return to it later, not the worse for a break.  The world through his eyes is weird, menacing, and illogical, yet too close to reality to make it entirely escapism.  This collection of his complete short […]