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The Basic Kafka Chapter Summary & Analysis - Selections from Letters to Milena, Selections from Letters to Felice, and Selections from Letters to Friends Summary

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Selections from Letters to Milena, Selections from Letters to Felice, and Selections from Letters to Friends Summary

Franz Kafka writes to Milena Jesenka-Pollak, a writer he befriends. He describes what he thinks her husband is like, and describes him as a likeable person. The last time they met, her husband received many calls while they were at a coffee house, and Franz says he likes to imagine the person on the other line dozing in between calling her husband. He also discusses being Jewish, saying Jews like himself are anxious because they are always threatened with danger. He also sends her the letter he has written to his father, Hermann Kafka, saying someday he may have the courage to give it to him. He tells her he most enjoys her letters where she acknowledges...

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