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Fragments pour une lecture destituante de Kafka

Abstract : In what sense can we say that the Great War represents a turning point in Kakfa's work ? What connection does Kafka, the dweller of the cellar, the animal of the woods, bear with history ? His continually present interiority isn't it also a way, the only possible, of facing the outside world and his times ? We would like to demonstrate that his literary activity is also connected with the search for a future community, real and yet always impossible
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Luca Salza. Fragments pour une lecture destituante de Kafka. K : Revue trans-européenne de philosophie et arts, Université de Lille, 2018. ⟨hal-02516509⟩

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