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Title Approaches to teaching Kafka's short fiction / edited by Richard T. Gray.
Imprint New York : Modern Language Association of America, 1995.

Series Approaches to teaching world literature ; 51
Approaches to teaching world literature ; 51.
Subject Kafka, Franz, 1883-1924 -- Study and teaching.
German fiction -- Study and teaching.
Short story -- Study and teaching.
Alt Name Gray, Richard T.
Description xiv, 161 pages ; 24 cm.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references (p.[145]-158) and index.
ISBN 0873527259 (alk. paper)
9780873527255 (alk. paper)
0873527267 (pbk. : alk. paper)
9780873527262 (pbk. : alk. paper)
OCLC # 31011591
Table of Contents
 Preface to the Series 
 Preface to the Volume 
Pt. 1Materials / Richard T. Gray 
Pt. 2Approaches 
  Kafka and Modernism / Walter H. Sokel21
  Gender, Judaism, and Power: A Jewish Feminist Approach to Kafka / Evelyn Torton Beck35
  Kafka's "An Imperial Message" in a Comparative Context / Judith Ryan43
  From Caligari to Kafka: Expressionist Film and the Teaching of Kafka's Short Fiction / Richard T. Gray53
  Teaching Kafka in the Second-Year German Course / Joseph L. Brockington64
  Kafka and Women / Ruth V. Gross69
  The Language of Defamiliarization: Benjamin's Kafka / Carrie L. Asman76
  A Psychoanalytic Approach to "The Judgment" / Kenneth Hughes84
  George Bendemann's Path to the Judgment / Elizabeth W. Trahan94
  Kafka's The Metamorphosis and the Search for Meaning in Twentieth-Century German Literature / Margit M. Sinka105
  Irony, Contingency, and Postmodernity: "In the Penal Colony" / Steven Taubeneck114
  The Text That Was Never a Story: Symmetry and Disaster in "A Country Doctor" / Henry Sussman123
  Purification unto Death: "A Hunger Artist" as Allegory of Modernism / James Rolleston135
 Contributors and Survey Participants143
 Works Cited145

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