I'm sorry to say that, although the subject matter and the information were of so much interest to me, Katerina was difficult. She tried very hard and that's why it's taken me time to review, but her language difficulties really made it tedious to listen to. I'm sorry because she seems to be a very nice and certainly an interesting person.
This whole course was well worth taking. Dr Prusova presented the subject with enthusiasm and depth. Her obvious love of the subject stood out.
Franz Kafka is a fascinating topic, and Dr. Prusova tried so very hard to communicate her extensive knowledge, but she was difficult to understand and the audio quality of her videos was unfortunately very poor.
Kafka has always been a magnet for me.
I am never confident enough to feel that I understand him.
Whenever I have the opportunity to hear him discussed by
people with greater knowledge, I leap at the chance.
Dr. Prusova provides the opportunity. It is interesting to learn of
the political situation that loomed for the Czech people after WW II, the grip of communism, the suppression of writers. I think of how Kafka was very perceptive in his awareness of the evils of colonialism, genocide. Dr. Prusova opens our eyes to Kafka’s fears and concerns.
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