Franz Kafka's Use of Law in Fiction

Franz Kafka's Use of Law in Fiction

Lida Kirchberger


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Franz Kafka used to be an absolutely certified Austrian legal professional, having earned, in 1906, a doctoral measure in legislation on the German college of Prague. His box used to be the Civil legislations as specific from the typical legislations of the uk and the U.S.. The research indicates how Kafka used the Civil legislation as a framework of reference for the fictional felony platforms he invented to fit the shape of society depicted in all of the writings below discussion.

Lida Kirchberger née White used to be born in England in 1907, studied 1924-1928 Medieval and glossy eu historical past, Political concept, and Secondary schooling on the college collage (now college) of Nottingham. Studied 1942-1949 Germanic Philology, German Literature, French Language and Literature on the collage of Wisconsin-Madison. Now Emeritus Professor of German, collage of Wisconsin-Madison.

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