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Dearest Father (Oneworld Modern Classics) (Oneworld Classics) by Franz Kafka (2008)

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  • By Jenn on August 9, 2016

    This letter is so beautifully crafted--the anguish in his tone as he tries to explain the impact his father has had on his life while trying to withhold blame so that he doesn't hurt his father...I underlined and wrote in the margins and cried several times. Very cathartic read, especially if you've ever dealt with an emotionally abusive person in your life.

  • By D. Lynn Rosenfeld on January 28, 2018

    It is an enlightening view into the mind of Kafka and his relationship to his father. I would recommend it to all Kafka fans.

  • By leongork on September 18, 2014

    kafka opens his heart about feelings towards his father. it shows how he overcomes his father's negative attitude towards, this makes it an encouragement for all of us who's parents were negative towards the things we wanted to do.

  • By Gabriel Motola on October 5, 2013

    As always, Kafka writes with a searing razor cut to the gut--but this time it's not a fiction. He writes an actual letter to his fatthe condemning both father and son. Although the father never read it, we can and should!

  • By MiaKelly on September 18, 2013

    Kafka is among my most favorite writers and the experience of reading this letter was magical. I plan to read it again soon.

  • By Carol B on March 18, 2015

    A rare experience actually reading letters written.

  • By Mark Handy on April 8, 2015

    I wish I had read this about twenty years ago.If you are a lover of literature, psychology, or anthropology -- or if you just want to be a better parent -- get this short book. You won't regret it.

  • By Ellen Carmel on April 5, 2014

    If you want more insight into Kafka's relationship with his father then this is a must read. It will definitely put his other writings into perspective.

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