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Franz Kafka : the office writings

Franz Kafka : the office writings

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Edition Details

  • Creators or Attribution (Responsibility): Franz Kafka, Stanley Corngold
  • Language: English
  • Jurisdiction(s): New Jersey
  • Publication Information: Princeton, N.J. : Princeton University Press, 2009
  • Material: Internet resource
  • Type: Book, Internet Resource
  • Other titles: Works.
  • Permalink: http://books.lawi.org.uk/franz-kafka-the-office-writings/ (Stable identifier)

Short Description

XX, 404 pages : ILlustrations ; 22 cm

Purpose and Intended Audience

Useful for students learning an area of law, Franz Kafka : the office writings is also useful for lawyers seeking to apply the law to issues arising in practice.

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Bibliographic information

  • Publisher: Princeton University Press
  • Responsable Person: edited by Stanley Corngold, Jack Greenberg, and Benno Wagner ; translations by Eric Patton with Ruth Hein.
  • Publication Date: 2009
  • Country/State: New Jersey
  • Number of Editions: 7 editions
  • First edition Date: 2009
  • Last edition Date: 2015
  • Languages: English
  • Language Notes: Translated from the German.
  • Awards: Commended for Choice Magazine Outstanding Reference/Academic Book Award 2009.
    Commended for AAP/Professional and Scholarly Publishing Awards: Literature and Language 2008.
  • Library of Congress Code: KD608
  • Dewey Code: 838.91208
  • ISBN: 9780691126807 0691126801
  • OCLC: 231586901

Main Contents

Preface
Abbreviations for Kafka citations
Kafka and the ministry of writing / Stanley Corngold
Kafka's office writings: historical background and institutional setting / Benno Wagner
Documents
1: Speech on the occasion of the inauguration of the institutes's new director (1909)
Commentary
2: Scope of compulsory insurance for the building trades (1908)
Commentary
3: Fixed-rate insurance premiums for small farms using machinery (1909)
Commentary
4: Inclusion of private automobile “firms” in the compulsory insurance program (1909)
Commentary
5: Appeal against risk classification of Christian Geipel & Sohn, mechanical weaving mill in Asch (1910)
Commentary
6: Measures for preventing accidents for wood-planing machines (1910)
Commentary
7: On the examination of firms by trade inspectors (1911)
Commentary
8: Workmen's insurance and employers: two articles in the Tetschen-Bodenbacher Zeitung (1911)
Commentary
9: Petition of the Toy Producers' Association in Katharinaberg, Erzgebirge (1912)
Commentary
10: Risk classification appeal by Norbert Hochsieder, boarding house owner in Marienbad (1912)
Commentary
11: Letters to the Workmen's Accident Insurance Institute in Prague (1912-15)
Commentary
12: Criminal charge against Josef Renelt for the ILlegal withholding of insurance fees (1913)
Commentary
13: Second international congress on accident prevention and first aid in Vienna (1913)
Commentary
14: Accident prevention in quarries (1914)
Commentary
15: Jubilee report: twenty-five years of the Workmen's Accident Insurance Institute (1914)
Commentary
16: Risk classification and accident prevention in wartime (1915)
Commentary
17: Public psychiatric hospital for German-Bohemia (1916)
Commentary
18: Help disabled veterans! An urgent appeal to the public” (1916/1917)
Commentary
Wraparound: from Kafka to Kafkaesque / Jack Greenberg
Chronology
Notes
About the editors
Index.

Table of Contents

Contents
Preface
Abbreviations for Kafka Citations
Introduction
Kafka and the Ministry of Writing
–Stanley Corngold
Kafka's Office Writings: Historical
Background and Institutional Setting
–Benno Wagner
1. Speech on the Occasion of the Inauguration of the Institute's New Director (1909)
Commentary
2. The Scope of Compulsory Insurance for the Building Trades (1908)
Commentary
3. Fixed-rate Insurance Premiums for Small Farms Using Machinery (1909)
Commentary
4. Inclusion of Private Automobile "Firms&quot
in the Compulsory Insurance Program
(1909)
Commentary
5. Appeal against Risk Classification of Christian Geipel &amp
Sohn, Mechanical Weaving
Mill in Asch (1910)
Commentary
6. Measures for Preventing Accidents from Wood Planing Machines (1910)
Commentary
7. On the Examination of Firms by Trade Inspectors (1911)
Commentary
8. Tetschen-Bodenbacher Zeitung:
(a) Workmen's Accident Insurance and Employers (September 13, 1911)
(b) Workmen's Accident Insurance and Employers (November 4, 1911)
Commentary
9. Petition of the Toy Producers' Association in Katharinaberg, Erzgebirge (1912)
Commentary
10. Risk Classification Appeal by Norbert Hochsieder, Boarding House Owner in
Marienbad (1912)
Commentary
11. Letter to the Workmen's Accident Insurance Institute in Prague (1912-15)
Commentary
12. Criminal Charge against Josef Renelt for the Illegal Withholding of Insurance Fees
(1913)
Commentary
13. Second International Congress on Accident Prevention and First Aid in Vienna
(1913)
Commentary
14. Accident Prevention in Quarries (1914)
Commentary
15. Jubilee Report: Twenty-Five Years of the Workmen's Accident Insurance Institute
(1914)
Commentary
16. Risk Classification and Accident Prevention in Wartime (1915)
Commentary
17. A Public Psychiatric Hospital for German-Bohemia (1916)
Commentary
18. "Help Disabled Veterans! An Urgent Appeal to the Public&quot
(1916/1917)
Commentary
Wraparound
From Kafka to Kafkaesque
–Jack Greenberg
Chronology
About the Editors
Notes
Index

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