sábado, agosto 09, 2008
I spoke once at a Jewish literary society on the subject of time in Kafka, an exploration of the idea - as the critic Michael Hofmann has it - that "it is almost always too late in Kafka". Afterwards a spry woman in her nineties, with a thick Old World accent, hurried across the room and tugged my sleeve: "But you're quite wrong! I knew Mr Kafka in Prague - and he was never late."
Max Brod,Begley, Larkin.
posted by Luís Miguel Dias sábado, agosto 09, 2008