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Bloom, Harold, editor Gershom Sckolem, Chelsea House, 1987,240 p.

Brod, Max, editor. The Diaries of Franz Kafka 1910-23, Schocken Books, 1948-49.

Emnch, Wilhelm "The Construction of the Objective World and the Binding Law," in Franz Kafka. A Critical Study of His Writings, translated by SheemaZebenBuehne, Fredenck Ungar, 1968, pp. 268-75

Politzer, Heinz "Parable and Paradox- 'A Country Doctor' and 'In the Penal Colony'," in Franz Kafka Parable and Paradox, Cornell University Press, 1962, pp. 83-115

Seymour-Smith, Martin The Macmillan Guide To Modern World Literature, 3rd edition, Macmillan, 1985,1396 p.

Warren, Austin "An Exegetical Note on 'In The Penal Colony,'" in The Southern Review, Vol VII.No 2,1941, pp. 363-369

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