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Kafka's Last Trial: The Case of a Literary Legacy

By author: Benjamin Balint
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The gripping story of the legal battle over the work of perhaps the most iconic writer of the twentieth century: a priceless cache of papers, an unprecedented international custody battle, and the unlikely journey of a trove of manuscripts from Prague to Palestine.

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The legal battle over the work of Kafka following his 1924 death is recounted here, with friend and champion Max Brod disobeying instructions to burn remaining manuscripts, and with this act casting into dispute the matter of which nation could lay claim to Kafka's work.