Kafka papers to be published after court ruling

By Andy Rice 21 July 2010

A court battle over papers belonging to Czech author Franz Kafka has finally ended, after an Israeli judged ruled they should be released to the public. The papers include manuscripts, letters and journals, and literary scholars are salivating at the prospect of getting their hands on a previously unpublished short story.  Read more: The Guardian

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