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Christine Cheon

A graduate of Williams College, CHRISTINE CHEON studied poetry writing with Louise Gluck and Martha Rhodes. In addition to her contributions to The Huffington Post, Salon, Vice, and Elle, she has appeared as a guest arts speaker on Monocle's live podcast. She is concurrently working on her first novel and a collection of short stories.

Kafka’s Konundrum: Narcissism, Self-Surveillance, and Unreality

Konundrum: Selected Prose of Franz Kafka promises to lure a new generation of casual readers, if not jaded scholars—for its streamlined, playful prose (which still manages to stay faithful to Kafka’s German syntax), as well as its contemporary concerns and sensibilities.


The Brooklyn Rail

JUL-AUG 2020

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