11 comments on “Dora Diamant.

  1. That’s a useful website; I’ve seen it before, I think.

    Anyone with the time and patience to struggle through it ought to try Kafka in the original German, allthough this is not something for the faint-hearted or those who do not already understand a little German.

    One of my abandoned stories was about the death of Kafka. Inspired by Haldane’s famous quote, and I think you can probably guess where it went…

  2. My German is about as good as my French, mate. Secondary school level, at best! I would at some time like to develop my language skills, but it’s difficult to imagine my ever getting round to it!

  3. You do realise that by “secondary school level” what I actually mean is, I attended lessons for three years and then did home economics instead for my final two years, right? 🙂

  4. Hi Gary,
    thanks for mentioning me, my Dad, Dora, my book and my website! Here’s one more: I’ve been blogging the Kafka Project’s Eastern European research for a missing literary treasure this summer on the public broadcast station website in San Diego, KPBS.org. The adventure with pictures is all there, at the url: http://www.kpbs.org/kafkaproject or by going to KPBS, clicking Interactive, clicking Commentaries. Thanks for the good word.
    Kathi Diamant

  5. Hi Kathi,

    You are very welcome. It’s always nice when people such as your father and yourself take the time to share additional information and I really appreciate it. Thank you.

    I just had a quick look at your KPBS blog and it looks as if it will make great reading! I’m looking forward to setting a little time aside to give it a thorough reading. I’ll also blog about it so that it’ll get a little more coverage than it would here.

    Take care and happy hunting!

  6. Pingback: Kathi Diamant and the Kafka Project. « Gary William Murning Online

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