25JUN 2017
Paul Celan

Paul Celan

Paul Antschel, which wrote beneath the pseudonym Paul Celan, was born in Czernovitz, in Romania, on November 23, 1920. The boy of German-speaking Jews, Celan was raised speaking a number of languages, including Romanian, Russian, and French. He additionally understood Yiddish. He learned medication in Paris in 1938, but returned to Romania shortly ahead of the outbreak of World…

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19JUN 2017
Home Movies Franz Kafka

Home Movies Franz Kafka

“Director’s Cut” (period 1, event 6; initially aired 9/2/2001) and “It Was said to be Funny” (season 1, event 7; initially aired 9/9/2001) it is fitting that the very first episode of Home films to air after person Swim revived the show focuses on a version of Franz Kafka’s “The Metamorphosis.” Unlike…

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13JUN 2017
Video game blogspot

Video game blogspot

Introduction Around decade ago, a lot of very interesting and innovative scary games were circulated. These include Silent Hill (1), Fatal Frame (2001), Forbidden Siren (2003) and a few even more. Since then very little features occurred into the video-game horror category and little has developed. Just…

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07JUN 2017
Sentence with Metamorphosis

Sentence with Metamorphosis

Numerous translations regarding the very first sentence of Franz Kafka’s “The Metamorphosis”: Franz Kafka (1915) Als Gregor Samsa eines Morgens aus unruhigen Traumen erwachte, fand er sich in seimen Bett zu einem ungeheuren Ungeziefer* verwandelt. Willa and Edwin Muir translation (1968) As Gregor Samsa…
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01JUN 2017
The Metamorphosis book online

The Metamorphosis book online

This translation, that has been prepared by Ian Johnston of Malaspina University-College, Nanaimo, BC, Canada, is in the general public domain and may also be utilised by anyone, entirely or in component, without permission and without charge, provided the origin is acknowledged, released October 2003…

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26MAY 2017
Franc Kafka

Franc Kafka

Absurdist literature is infamously hard to read. Simply take, for example, Kafka’s short story, “The Metamorphosis, ” where the primary character becomes a huge cockroach. Experts have actually created countless various ideas to explain the importance of Gregor Samsa’s transformation—and this diversity…

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