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    I'm with Edward on this, Lady EB. I read Kafka by choice when I was finished school, and really found his works fascinating. I loved The Trial, even though the whole thing is about frustration. By comparison Metamorphosis was short and less demanding. I haven't read Letters to Milena, so I will have to look for that one.

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    Reading Kafka at present, got a short story collection that includes Metamorphosis and others at University Bookstore for $3 a month or so ago. Have read first two, on Metamorphosis now. In part I'm reading it because my favourite new author, Jonathan Lethem has written a book about him and I want to have a clearer idea of his writing before I read that book and Kafka on the Shore.

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  • Bookmason

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    No I haven't read any Murakami yet, though I now have 3 or 4 of his books in my TBR pile.

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    First two and Wind Up Bird Chronicle along with Kafka on the Shore are the 4 Muakami I have, no Sputnik Sweetheart though the title alone may have it get there.

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