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AM I EVIL|AND JUSTICE FOR ALL|ANESTHESIA PULLING TEETH|BATTERY / Metallica|BLACKENED|BLITZKRIEG|BREADFAN|THE CALL OF KTULU|CRASH COURSE IN BRAIN SURGERY|CREEPING DEATH / Metallica|DAMAGE INC / Metallica|DISPOSABLE HEROES|DON'T TREAD ON ME|DYERS EVE|ENTER SANDMAN / Metallica|ESCAPE|EYE OF THE BEHOLDER / Metallica|FADE TO BLACK / Metallica|FIGHT FIRE WITH FIRE|FOR WHOM THE BELL TOLLS|THE FOUR HORSEMEN|THE FRAYED ENDS OF SANITY|THE GOD THAT FAILED|HARVESTER OF SORROW|HELPLESS|HIT THE LIGHTS|HOLIER THAN THOU|JUMP IN THE FIRE|KILLING TIME|LAST CARESS / GREEN HELL|LEPER MESSIAH|Master of puppets / Metallica|METAL MILITIA|MOTORBREATH|MY FRIEND OF MISERY|NO REMORSE|NOTHING ELSE MATTERS / Metallica|OF WOLF AND MAN|ONE|ORION|PHANTOM LORD|THE PRINCE|Ride the lightning|SAD BUT TRUE|SEEK + DESTROY / Metallica|SO WHAT|STONE COLD CRAZY|THE SHORTEST STRAW|THE SMALL HOURS|THE STRUGGLE WITHIN|THE THING THAT SHOULD NOT BE|THROUGH THE NEVER|TO LIVE IS TO DIE|TRAPPED UNDER ICE|THE UNFORGIVEN / Metallica|THE WAIT|WELCOME HOME|WHEREVER I MAY ROAM / Metallica|WHIPLASH

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Kafka - The Years of Insight
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Telling the story of Kafka's final years as never before—the third volume in the acclaimed definitive biography This volume of Reiner Stach's acclaimed and definitive biography of Franz Kafka tells the story of the final years of the writer's life, from 1916 to 1924—a period during which the world Kafka had known came to an end. Stach's riveting narrative, which reflects the latest findings about Kafka's life and works, draws readers in with nearly cinematic precision, zooming in for extreme close-ups of Kafka's personal life, then pulling back for panoramic shots of a wider world blighted by World War I, disease, and inflation. In these years, Kafka was spared military service at the front, yet his work as a civil servant brought him into chilling proximity with its grim realities. He was witness to unspeakable misery, lost the financial security he had been counting on to lead the life of a writer, and remained captive for years in his hometown of Prague. The outbreak of tuberculosis and the collapse of the Austro-Hungarian Empire constituted a double shock for Kafka, and made him agonizingly aware of his increasing rootlessness. He began to pose broader existential questions, and his writing grew terser and more reflective, from the parable-like Country Doctor stories and A Hunger Artist to The Castle. A door seemed to open in the form of a passionate relationship with the Czech journalist Milena Jesenská. But the romance was unfulfilled and Kafka, an incurably ill German Jew with a Czech passport, continued to suffer. However, his predicament only sharpened his perceptiveness, and the final period of his life became the years of insight.

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Kafka - The Years of Insight
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Telling the story of Kafka's final years as never before—the third volume in the acclaimed definitive biography This volume of Reiner Stach's acclaimed and definitive biography of Franz Kafka tells the story of the final years of the writer's life, from 1916 to 1924—a period during which the world Kafka had known came to an end. Stach's riveting narrative, which reflects the latest findings about Kafka's life and works, draws readers in with nearly cinematic precision, zooming in for extreme close-ups of Kafka's personal life, then pulling back for panoramic shots of a wider world blighted by World War I, disease, and inflation. In these years, Kafka was spared military service at the front, yet his work as a civil servant brought him into chilling proximity with its grim realities. He was witness to unspeakable misery, lost the financial security he had been counting on to lead the life of a writer, and remained captive for years in his hometown of Prague. The outbreak of tuberculosis and the collapse of the Austro-Hungarian Empire constituted a double shock for Kafka, and made him agonizingly aware of his increasing rootlessness. He began to pose broader existential questions, and his writing grew terser and more reflective, from the parable-like Country Doctor stories and A Hunger Artist to The Castle. A door seemed to open in the form of a passionate relationship with the Czech journalist Milena Jesenská. But the romance was unfulfilled and Kafka, an incurably ill German Jew with a Czech passport, continued to suffer. However, his predicament only sharpened his perceptiveness, and the final period of his life became the years of insight.

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