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Kafka may be the easiest of the great modernists to read, yet perhaps the hardest to interpret. What do these stunning texts mean?
Through our four sessions on his work, we will “burrow” (one of his terms) into Kafka’s fiction and explore the kinds of sense it makes. Class will cover The Metamorphosis, In the Penal Colony and Other Stories and The Trial.
Class meets Monday, June 14, June 21, 28 and July 5.
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Philip Weinstein has served as the Alexander Griswold Cummins Professor of English at Swarthmore, where he taught seminars in Modern Comparative Literature, as well as a range of courses in American and British fiction. In addition to books on Henry James, the British novel and Modernist fiction, he has published books on Faulkner, Toni Morrison and Jonathan Franzen. He has also taught at Harvard, Rhodes, Williams and NYU Abu Dhabi.
Reading Kafka with Philip Weinstein
Burrow into Kafka’s stunning fiction with Philp Weinstein.
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