If you want to learn more about Franz Kafka, Prague is the place to explore. He was born there on 3 July 1883 and spent there a big part of his short life. To this day, you can still visit many places that are tied to his life. Find his birthplace, visit some of the places where he stayed (for example, house number 22 on the Golden Lane nearby the Prague Castle), have a cup of coffee in Café Louvre where he was meeting with others or visit the place of his final rest at the New Jewish Cemetery. You can also see many statues commemorating Kafka's legacy and importance to the world's literature. And if you want to see original letters, historical images, and first editions and learn more about the life of this complicated man, it is worth visiting the Kafka Museum.
It's been quite a while since I've last posted here, right? Well, those few months have me a chance to reflect and get out of the reading slump. A few days ago, I finished reading Leonard and Hungry Paul by Rónán Hession (the review will land on the blog soon-ish). Right after that, I put together a small pile of books I'd love to read next. Some of them are my all-time favourites, while other books will be something new for me. ⠀