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If Kafka learned some modes of rhetorical reading by examining his own name, others must have come to his attention no later than the time of his legal studies. The law as a profession was never Kafka’s calling; it was, at best, a way of earning a living on a schedule that would give him some hours to devote to literature. Because I focus my investigation of Kafka’s writing on his activity as a reader, it will be helpful to devote some effort toward understanding Kafka’s view of the reading process. This project might at first seem somewhat quixotic, as Kafka wrote hardly anything that could be considered literary criticism, not to mention hermeneutic theory.
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Clayton Koelb, American literary critic. Book by Koelb, Clayton). Germanistic Society of America fellow, 1964-1965, Danforth Foundation fellow, 1965-1969, Woodrow Wilson Foundation fellow, 1965, Guggenheim Foundation fellow, 1993-1994; recipient Susan Anthony Potter prize Harvard University, 1970. Book by Koelb, Clayton. 21829/?tag prabook0b-20.
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