Exhibition on Life and Works of Kafka, with Unpublished Letters, Opens in Israel
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Exhibition on Life and Works of Kafka, with Unpublished Letters, Opens in Israel

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An exhibition on the life and works of the German-Jewish author, Franz Kafka, opened at the Jewish National and University Library at the Hebrew University here. The display includes items brought from West Germany, among them 160 photo enlargements. Israeli friends of the late writer have placed an additional 60 items at the library’s disposal, among them hitherto unpublished letters.

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