An Israeli judge overseeing a tussle over papers that once belonged to the author Franz Kafka has ruled that details of the documents should be made public.
The literary world now awaits previously unpublished works emerging from boxes containing manuscripts, letters and journals written by the mysterious Czech author and his adviser and friend Max Brod.
According to the newspaper Haaretz, the items include a handwritten short story by Kafka that has never been seen by the public. More boxes have yet to be opened, it reported.
It seems almost Kafkaesque...
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