Franz Kafka worked very hard to implement safety measures in turn-of-the-previous century Bohemian workplaces, particularly in the lumber industry. From his Insurance Institute desk, he also dreamed up the 20th century, with all its alienation, brutality, and cynical wonder. His... More >>>
By T. Charles Erickson
Grim, hopeless, and very funny: A scene from Jeune Lune's 'Amerika'