|" When it seems we have finally decided to stay home of an evening, have slipped into our smoking jackets, are sitting at a lit table after supper, and have taken out some piece of work or game, we get up, change into a jacket, and straightaway look ready to go out...|
A reading of six pieces by Franz Kafka, translated by Michael Hoffman, that offer an exquisite study in restlessness and our need to walk everywhere...
Reader Carl Prekopp
Producer Duncan Minshull.
Six pieces by Franz Kafka exploring ideas of restlessness and our need to walk everywhere.