Saturday, January 20, 2007


看到一段话,讲弗朗茨·卡夫卡的,来自Encyclopaedia Britannica的Britannica Blog.

As a citizen, he belonged to the Habsburg Empire, later to the Czech Republic. For the Czechs, Kafka and all of the German-speaking minority in Prague were simply Germans. Among the Prague Germans, on the other hand, someone like Kafka was thought of above all as a Jew.


1 comment(s):

浮云 said...

想起Stefan Zweig来了。他也是一直如此,生于哈布斯堡王朝末期的奥匈帝国。

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