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Letters to Felice Paperback – April 16, 1992
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The book begins with "An Introductory Essay" concerning Kafka's wishes for publication, "Editors' Note" about the controversy, "Letters to Felice," "Notes," an essay by Kafka, "Chronology from 1912-1917," as well as additional information about translations of other Kafka novels and stories from the Schocken Kafka Library.
The letters mostly describe to Felice (twice his fiancée) his "dread of the union even with the most beloved woman" because he held the conviction that he was literature itself, obeying a command from heaven.