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He died just short of his 41st birthday in a private room sanatorium outside Vienna. She became his lover and sparked his interest in the Talmud. Dazu bin ich ja hier, das ist mir ganz klar. Franz's room was often cold. His family were German-speaking middle-class Ashkenazi Jews. Franz Brod could not summon much surprise at this instruction. Bony, empty face that wore its emptiness openly. Both Ellie and Valli also had children. Opinions ranged from the notion that he satirised the bureaucratic bungling of a crumbling Austria-Hungarian Empire , to the belief that he embodied the rise of socialism.
Just before Christmasthe bodies of two children had been discovered in a coastal Oregon pond; their ankles had been tethered to pillowcases weighted with rocks.
An illustrious example is Franz Kafka". I warned him, I struggled to save him.
It was especially true of factories fitted with machine lathesdrillsplaning machines and rotary sawswhich were rarely fitted with safety guards. Franz Brod could not summon much surprise at this instruction.
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Each had been strangled, packed in a suitcase, and thrown in the water. Consequently, Kafka's childhood was somewhat lonely,  and the children were reared largely by a series of governesses and servants. Kafka showed a positive attitude at first, dedicating much of his free time to the business, but he later resented the encroachment of this work on his writing time. As I was taking my seat I looked at her closely for the first time, by the time I was seated I already had an unshakeable opinion. The jury wasn't buying: it found Longo guilty, and sentenced him to death. He took his family on a probation-violating cross-country trek that ended in Oregon, and finally, it seemed, he killed them. He later attempted to join the military but was prevented from doing so by medical problems associated with tuberculosis ,  with which he was diagnosed in Then he pled guilty to the murders of his wife and youngest child, and not guilty in the deaths of the two other children. Bergman refused to host Kafka because he had young children and was afraid that Kafka would infect them with tuberculosis. Almost broken nose.
His diary is full of references to Yiddish writers. The cause of death seemed to be starvation: the condition of Kafka's throat made eating too painful for him, and since parenteral nutrition had not yet been developed, there was no way to feed him.
Licking his wounds at his Montana home in earlyFinkel got a phone call from another journalist asking about a case thus far unfamiliar to him. He felt comfortable there and later described this time as perhaps the best period of his life, probably because he had no responsibilities.
His correspondence during that period indicates that he was unhappy with a work schedule—from until   —that made it extremely difficult to concentrate on writing, which was assuming increasing importance to him.
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