Book Preview: "Kafka and the traveling doll"
One year before his death, Franz Kafka saw in one of Berlin's park a girl who was crying because she had lost her doll. The writer calms her down by telling her that her doll had gone on a trip and that he, a doll postman, would take her a letter the next day. For three weeks, Kafka wrote a daily letter for the girl. This story has become a legend in literature.