Kafka in love
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Kafka was an attractive, slender, and elegant man--something of a dandy, who captivated his friends and knew how to charm women. He had four important love affairs, with, Felice, Julie, Milena, and Dora, all of whom lived far away, in Berlin or Vienna. Perhaps that's one of the reasons that he loved them - in a long-distance relationships he could have the pleasure of writing to a lady, without the burden of having to live with her. He was engaged to all four women, and four times he avoided marriage. At the end of each love affair, he threw himself into his writing and produced some of his most famous works: The Metamorphosis, Amerika, and The Trial.