De Nederlandse Kafka-kring

Jaargang / Volume 1 (1993)

Nr. 1, February

  • “Hemel” [“Heaven”]: Kafka in Harry Mulisch’s novel De ontdekking van de hemel [The Discovery of Heaven].
  • “Toneel” [“Stage”]: on Dutch performance of Alan Bennett’s Kafka’s Dick.
  • “Film”: on Steven Soderbergh’s Kafka (1991).

* Nr. 2, May

  • “Kafka Appeal”: on Dutch performance of Alan Bennett’s play Kafka’s Dick.
  • “Kafka’s huis” [“Kafka’s house”]: on Paul Feld’s play The Seance, based on Beschreibung eines Kampfes, Die Verwandlung and Der Verschollene.
  • “Carceri”: on Vor dem Gesetz and Piranesi’s famous etchings.
  • “Hemel II” [“Heaven II”]: again Kafka in Mulisch‘s novel De ontdekking van de hemel [The Discovery of Heaven].
  • “Business”: Kafka boom in Prague.
  • “Lange schaduwen” [“Long shadows”]: on Steven Soderbergh’s Kafka.
  • “Bau” [“Burrow”]: stage version of Der Bau in Prague.
  •  Jacques De Visscher, “Franz Kafka and philosophy”: reprint of 2 reviews.
  • Reviews: L. Verbeeck, Franz Kafka – Portret van de schrijver als goochelaar [… Portrait of the writer as juggler] (1992); Kafka, Träume – “Ringkämpfe jede Nacht”. Ed. G. Giudice & M. Müller (1993).

* Nr. 3, September

  • “The Trial”: on David Jones’ Prozess film.
  • “Hervertaling” [“Retranslation”]: on Dutch translation of critical Kafka edition.
  • Niels Bokhove, “Anders †”: necrology for Günther Anders.
  • Jaap Timmers, “Nachtmerrie” [“Nightmare”]: interview with Dutch author Albert Helman (*1903) on his early Kafka interest.
  • Niels Bokhove, “Lente” [“Spring”]: on Liblice conference 30 years ago.
  • “Heilige Wenzel” [“St. Wenzel”]: Kafka’s apocryphal work on the Czech leader and his brother Boleslav.
  • Reviews: J. Schneider, Kafka & Co. (1993); Brod & Kafka, Een vriendschap in brieven [A friendship through letters] (1993).

* Nr. 4, November

  • “Kafka – Brod”: report of the Circle’s symposion on their relationship, Amsterdam, Sept. 20, 1993.
  • Jaap Timmers & Niels Bokhove, “Morriën”: part of interview with Dutch author Adriaan Morriën (*1912) on his early interest in Kafka’s works.
  • “Fellini †”: necrology for Italian film director, influenced by Kafka.
  • Niels Bokhove, “Jungborn”: account of trip to sanatorium in the Harz visited by Kafka 1912.
  • Review: Kafka, De gier. Vertellingen [The Vulture. Stories]. Transl. W. Boesten (1993).