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"Had one to name the artist who comes nearest to bearing the same kind of relation to our age that Dante, Shakespeare, and Goethe bore to theirs, Kafka is the first one would think of. . . . Kafka is important to us because his predicament is the predicament of modern man."
—W. H. Auden
"I cannot say what I admire more, the naturalistic presentation of an imaginary world, rendered believable through a minute precision of the images, or the daring turn to the mysterious."