Thank you everyone who believed in and supported the Kafka Project, since its inception in 1996, and attended our event
“Third Reich era archive may contain clues to Kafka's missing literary treasure"
Adjunct Professor and Director of the Kafka Project at San Diego State University, Kathi Diamant was in Prague and Berlin in September, conducting research into a newly uncovered archive and speaking about the international search for the last lost love letters and unpublished writings of Franz Kafka. This missing literary treasure consists of 35 letters and 20 notebooks written to Kafka’s last love, Dora Diamant, and confiscated from her by the Gestapo in 1933.
Byron La Due started our Kafka conversation and brought his spirit to life with some of his most inspirational aphorisms.
People enjoyed the exhibits of the Kafka Project archive: original documents, letters and other items uncovered in Germany, Russia and Eastern Europe, as well as photographs and private collections from the Kafka's Estate and Dora's family in Izrael.
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