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If you are a person who is familiar with classic literatures, then Franz Kafka is probably a name you know well. Born in 1883, Kafka was the son of a middle class Jewish family who spent most of his life in Prague. He is considered to be one of the most influential writers of the 20th century with much of his work published after he passed away.
On the occasion of the 130th anniversary of Franz Kafka, the Goethe-Institute held a seminar on the poet’s life, a presentation of four of his short stories which have been translated into Amharic language followed by a film screening of “The Metamorphosis” on March 8th 2013. Some of Kafka’s works are filled with themes of alienation, physical and psychological brutality, parent–child conflict, characters on a terrifying quest, and mystical transformations. The writer had a complicated and troubled relationship with his father that had a major impact on his writing.
His book “The Metamorphosis” that has been turned into a movie was written in 1915. This book is often stated as one of the most influential works of the 20th century. It is widely used in colleges and universities across the world. The book tells the story of a traveling salesman, Gregor Samsa, who wakes up one day to find himself transformed into a monstrous insect. It is never explained in the story why Samsa transforms, nor did Kafka ever give an explanation.
The writer died on 3 June 1924 from starvation after he contracted tuberculosis that made his throat soar badly making eating too painful. Kafka was unknown during his lifetime. He also did not consider fame important. However, he became famous right after his death.