Franz Kafka’s signature in a letter to Milena Jesenská. It reads:
Franzwrong, Fwrong, Yourswrong/ nothing more calm, deep forest.
Prague, July 29, 1920.
Letters to Milena. Franz Kafka, trans. Philip Boehm. New York: Schocken Books, 1990.
Kafka and Jesenská met twice: once in Vienna for four days, and in Gmünd for one. Kafka gave her his diaries at the end of his life.
Thank you, bellswithin.
And welcome to this is where Gabby doesn’t know how she plans to graduate without an internship this summer and the deadline for proposals in May 31.
Is he Smaug??!! O//A//O
contact prints on printing-out paper from vintage glass plate negatives of Solar Eclipse from the collection of The Lick Observatory
1893-1910, prints made 1977-1996