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us: Kafka, Franz, 1883-1924



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    • us: Ḳafḳa, Frants, 1883-1924
    • us: Kʻapʻŭkʻa, 1883-1924
    • us: Kafka, F. (Franz), 1883-1924
    • us: Kaphka, Phrants, 1883-1924
    • us: Ḳafḳa, Amshel, 1883-1924
    • us: Kafka, Franc, 1883-1924
    • us: Kʻa-fu-kʻa, 1883-1924
    • us: Kʻa-fu-kʻa, Fu-lang-tzʻu, 1883-1924
    • us: Kāk̲apkā, 1883-1924
    • us: Кафка, Франц, 1883-1924
    • us: Кафка, Ф., 1883-1924
    • us: フランツ・カフカ, 1883-1924
    • us: קאפקא, פראנץ
    • us: קאפקא, פראנץ, 1883-1924
    • us: קאפקא, פרנץ
    • us: קאפקא, פרנץ, 1883-1924
    • us: קאפקה, פראנץ
    • us: קפקא
    • us: קפקא, פרנץ
    • us: קפקא, פרנץ־־בקרת ופרשנות
    • us: קפקא, פרנץ, 1883-1924
    • us: كافكا، فرانتس
    • us: كفكا، فرنز
    • us: کافکا، فرانز، 1883-1924
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    • found: Tsi iz Frants Ḳafḳa a Yidisher shrayber? 1981: t.p. (Frants Ḳafḳa) verso t.p. (Franz Kafka)
    • found: Kʻapʻŭkʻa yŏnʼgu, 1983: t.p. (Kʻapʻŭkʻa)
    • found: Quelqu'un danse, 1985: t.p. (F. Kafka)
    • found: Phrants Kaphka, hekato chronia apo tē gennēsē tou, t.p. (Phrants Kaphka)
    • found: Rofe kafri, 1978: t.p. (Frants Ḳafḳa) t.p. verso (Franz Kafka (1883-1924) [in rom.]) p. 4 of cover (Amshel is his given name in "Hebrew")
    • found: Šijaković, M. B. Franc Kafka, 1986: t.p. (Franc Kafka)
    • found: Kʻa-fu-kʻa jih chi, 1988: t.p. (Kʻa-fu-kʻa) introd., etc. (Kʻa-fu-kʻa; F. Kafka, 1883-1924)
    • found: Kʻa-fu-kʻa sui pi, 1991: postscript (Fu-lang-tzʻu Kʻa-fu-kʻa)
    • found: Kāk̲apkā : kaṭitaṅkaḷ, kataikaḷ, kaṭṭuraikaḷ, 2003.
    • found: Qilʻah, 2008: t.p. (Frānz Kāfkā = فرانز کافکا)
    • found: Wikipedia, Oct. 25, 2012 (Franz Kafka; born 3 July 1883 in Prague; died 3 June 1924 Kierling near Vienna; an influential German-language writer of novels and short stories, regarded by critics as one of the most influential authors of the 20th century. Kafka was a Modernist and heavily influenced other genres, including existentialism)
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    • PT2621.A26
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    • [Machine-derived non-Latin script reference project.]
    • [Non-Latin script references not evaluated.]
  • Change Notes

    • 1981-06-24: new
    • 2014-06-14: revised
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