Kafka #AtoZAprilChallenge

From my "K" entry in the 2013 AtoZ Challenge:  In the world of this blogger there are two of them: a writer of genius, who died in 1924, wrote The Trial, The Castle, The Metamorphosis and a host of stories and plays, and Nakata “Kafka” Tamura, hero of “Kafka on the Shore”, the novel by Haruki Murakami.  Franz Kafka, … Continue reading Kafka #AtoZAprilChallenge

Object #TheDailyPost

Write a new post in response to today’s one-word prompt.   Passers-by in the rain in a mist of thoughts, faces forlorn no-one knows how long, how long waiting for you to vanish never to see your beloved face again. Image: Little Penthouse, 1931. Martin Lewis. Drypoint, via kafkasapartment