Franz Kafka Josephine the Singer or A People of Mice
Translated by Karin Doerr with Gary Evans
READ LATE KAFKA in a NEW WAY
Announcing the publication of a new translation of Franz Kafka's Josephine the Singer or A People of Mice in a fresh and thoughtful English translation by Karin Doerr and Gary Evans, including a substanstial new introduction, placing Kafka's story in its time in light of his Jewish identity.
Karin Doerr taught courses in German culture and language and on women and genocide at Concordia University. She co-authored An English Lexicon of the Language of the Third Reich. She lives in Montreal.
Gary Evans taught communication and Film Studies at the University of Ottawa. With Karin Doerr he has explored historical perspectives in images and texts related to antisemitism. He lives in Montreal.
Hungry I Books is devoted to scholarly and creative work in the fields of Canadian Jewish Studies, Canadian Literature and Jewish Studies. It is a publishing arm of the Institute for Canadian Jewish Studies at Concordia University, where you can view previous publications.
How to buy
To buy a copy of Josephine or to request an exam copy contact publisher Norman Ravvin at firstname.lastname@example.org. Single copies are $12 CAN.