SKU: BODS-102500

Franz Kafka is best known as the author of The Metamorphosis, The Trial and The Castle. Although he died before he had reached the age of forty, his groundbreaking work has left a profound cultural legacy and continues to influence writers and artists today.

Kafka was a highly visual writer and he often drew sketches and doodles in his own notebooks and on manuscript pages. Many of these are cartoon-like and androgynous ‘everyman’ figures, who express profound emotion through their exaggerated body language and elongated limbs.

Ten of these sketches are reproduced in this stylish hardback journal, which features unlined pages for your own doodles and a handy ribbon marker.

  • Hardback
  • 160 pages, 207 x 140 mm
  • ISBN: 9781851246441
  • Includes ribbon marker 
  • Publication May 2024


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