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Author: Nahum N. Glatzer,John Updike,Franz Kafka
ISBN13: 978-0805208733
Title: Franz Kafka The Complete Stories
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Language: English
Category: World Literature
Publisher: Schocken Books; First Edition edition (September 12, 1988)
Pages: 488

Franz Kafka The Complete Stories by Nahum N. Glatzer,John Updike,Franz Kafka

The Complete Stories of Franz Kafka is a compilation of all of Kafka's short stories. It was reprinted in 1995 with an introduction by John Updike.

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The Complete Stories brings together all of Kafka’s stories, from the classic tales such as The Metamorphosis, In the Penal Colony, and A Hunger Artist to shorter pieces and fragments that Max Brod, Kafka’s literary executor, released after Kafka’s death. The book contains all of Kafka's short and longer stories - everything but his three novels

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Published in the United States by Schocken Books In. New York. I. Glatzer, Nahum Norbet, 1903-. THE century since Franz Kafka was born has been marked by the idea of "modernism" - a self-consciousness new among centuries, a consciousness of being new.

Glatzer, Nahum N. (Nahum Norbert), 1903-1990. Download DOC book format. book below: (C) 2016-2018 All rights are reserved by their owners.

The Complete Stories. Published in the United States by Schocken Books In. Kafka, Franz, 1883-1924. The complete stories.

Опубликовано: 8 дек. 2017 г. The Complete Stories of Franz Kafka is a compilation of all of Kafka's short stories.

The book contains all of Kafka's short and longer stories - everything but his three novels. Most of these stories weren't even published during the author's lifetime.

The Complete Stories by Franz Kafka. Back Cover: "An important book, valuable in itself and absolutely fascinating. The stories are dreamlike, allegorical, symbolic, parabolic, grotesque, ritualistic, nasty, lucent, extremely personal, ghoulishly detached, exquisitely comic. numinous and prophetic. The Complete Stories is an encyclopedia of our insecurities and our brave attempts to oppose them.

The Complete Stories brings together all of Kafka’s stories, from the classic tales such as “The Metamorphosis,” “In the Penal Colony,” and “A Hunger Artist” to shorter pieces and fragments that Max Brod, Kafka’s literary executor, released after Kafka’s death. With the exception of his three novels, the whole of Kafka’s narrative work is included in this volume. 

Reviews: 7
Hello All,

I recently purchased this book in faith, though I was also frustrated by the lack of information in the book description. So, I will provide here for you the table of contents so that whoever purchases this book from now on can know exactly what they are getting:
(By the way, the book is beautifully new & well designed, with the edges of the pages torn, not cut.)
When it says the complete stories, it means it. The foreword assures that the book contains "all of the fiction that Kafka committed to publication during his lifetime." That meas his novels, which he did NOT intend to be published but left note in his will to be destroyed, are NOT included: The Trial, America, The Castle. I have put his more famous stories in caps.

Table Of Contents:

THE LONGER STORIES: Before The Law, An Imperial Message
Description Of A Struggle, Wedding Preparations In The Country, The Judgment, THE METAMORPHOSIS, In The Penal Colony, The Village Schoolmaster, Blumfeld An Elderly Bachelor, The Warden Of The Tomb, A Country Doctor, The Hunter Gracchus, The Hunter Gracchus A Fragment, THE GREAT WALL OF CHINA, The News Of The Building Of The Wall A Fragment, A Report To An Academy, A Report To An Academy Two Fragments, The Refusal, A Hunger Artist, INVESTIGATIONS OF A DOG, A Little Woman, THE BURROW, Josephine The Singer Or The Mouse Folk

THE SHORTER STORIES: Children On A Country Road, The Trees, Clothes, Excursion Into The Mountains, Rejection, The Street Window, The Tradesman, Absent-minded Window-gazing, The Way Home, Passers-by, On The Tram, Reflections For Gentlemen-Jockeys, The Wish To Be A Red Indian, Unhappiness, Bachelor's Ill Luck, Unmasking A Confidence Trickster, The Sudden Walk, Resolutions, A Dream, Up In The Gallery, A Fratricide, The Next Village, A Visit To A Mine, Jackals And Arabs, The Bridge, The Bucket Rider, The New Advocate, An Old Manuscript, The Knock At The Manor Gate, Eleven Sons, My Neighbor, A Crossbreed A Sport, The Cares Of A Family Man, A Common Confusion, The truth About Sancho Panza, The Silence Of The Sirens, Prometheus, The City Coat Of Arms, Poseidon, Fellowship, At Night, The Problem Of Our Laws, The Conscription Of Troops, The Test, The Vulture, The Helmsman, The Top, A Little Fable, Home-Coming, First Sorrow, The Departure, Advocates, The Married Couple, Give It Up, On Parables

Hope this was helpful! I definitely recommend purchasing this book, but not if you were looking for his novels. You should purchase this book, AND his novels. :)
The Kindle Edition is very INCOMPLETE: it only contains 5 (five) stories--about half an hour of reading. Granted, they are great stories (about futility and other Kafkaesque themes), and possibly worth the price on their own. That being said, it's inexcusable that the Kindle Edition is advertised as "The Complete Stories" (cover and all) when it is really no such thing. The stories it does contain:
1: Before the law
2: The hunter Gracchus
3: Up in the gallery
4: An imperial message
5: Jackals and Arabs

Again, the stories are 5-star grade; the bait-and-switch brings it down to 1.
I should have looked at the sample of this before purchasing. This is not the complete works of Kafka, it is: Before The Law, The Hunter Gracchus, Up in the Gallery, An Imperial Message and Jackals and Arabs.

As others have mentioned for $3.99 on this page and $5.99 on this page: amazon(dot)com / Complete-Stories-Franz-Kafka-ebook / dp / B07B8S53ZW/ (Ignore spaces = the ASIN: B07B8S53ZW is $5.99 exactly the same as this IDENTICAL version from the SAME SHAM PUBLISHER as ASIN: B071RKHNY2 -- Both have only 5 stories and are using the approved Schocken Kafka Library blurb to promote their money-grubbing, differently translated and incomplete "pamphlet."

Again, they are using the blurb from an approved and correct edition (which is complete - The Complete Stories (The Schocken Kafka Library) )

I tried contacting "Sheba Blake Publishing" to ask about this - and got no reply, no matter how I contacted them (email or "chat" via their website where nobody responds.) I note they're also selling the exact same product for more money here on Amazon. Apparently Amazon has no interest in these rip-off artists, or even how incorrect their own links are, as they told me basically "too bad"

I want a refund. This book is falsely advertised by the blurb, but meanwhile, maybe enough bad reviews will get Amazon to at least fix the situation so others aren't continually duped by Amazon connecting a crappy rip-off with the Schocken library's edition found here (and complete)
It's Kafka. Whats not to like....unless you don't like Kafka. Then you are wrong.
There is something wrong with this ebook. Only 5 partial stories are provided, quite short. It says it is 312 locations (pages) long, but the location numbers jump by 6 with each page. Almost 40% of the book, from location 200-something to the end, is comprised of ads to purchase other books. Very strange and either the description is very misleading or something is wrong.
Do NOT buy the Kindle edition. The e-book is fraudulent and does not contain the complete stories, only five of these. This product just appeared two months ago and seems designed to take advantage of the positive reviews for the actual book edition--but it is not that at all. The only good news is that you can readily return it for a refund:
"Go to Manage Your Content and Devices. From Your Content, select the Actions button next to the title you want to return, and then select Return for Refund. In the pop-up window, select Return for Refund."
These stories are essential for anyone who wants to understand contemporary literature and culture. Franz Kafka's sense of alienation, anxiety and obsession with self has seeped out of Metamorphosis, The Burrow, and Inside the Penal Colony to dominate and often contort the literary consciouness of the modern world. Mocking the reader with the familiarity of the grotesque, many of these stories are almost comical, until the horror sinks in. Perhaps the challenge of Kafka's vision is whether it leaves his readers muttering and turning in circles like his characters, so overwhelmed that they cannot escape.