Franz Kafka Letters to Milena. Heartbreaking raw and slightly mad. Milena Jesenská 1917 Kafka wrote Frau Milena at least 126 letters between April and December 1920 and throughout these letters he postpones an ever-promised journey to visit her. Franz Kafka Letters to Milena. Milena his translator became the perfect projection. And of course I ended up being slightly disappointed. Kafkas Czech translator Milena Jesenská was a gifter and charismatic twenty-three-year-old who was uniquely able to recognize Kafkas complex genius and his even more complex character. In no other work does Franz Kafka reveal himself as in Letters to Milena which begins as a business correspondence but soon develops into a passionate but doomed epistolary love affair. A short summary of this paper. Dear Frau Milena yes this heading is becoming burdensome although it is something to cling to in this uncertain world like a crutch for sick people. Franz Kafkas letters to Milena date from the period 1920 to 1922. Physically distant married and unobtainable but clever soulful and romantic. In Letters to Milena he asks at one point I paraphrase Is it you I. Download Full PDF Package. But its no sign of recovery when the crutches grow to be a burden I have never lived among Germans. I read Letters to Milena by Franz Kafka. Milena Jesenská and Franz Kafka lived just in this way with many missives and a very strong spiritual bond which you can retrace in the book Letters to Milena written by Kafka. But first of all if you want to immerse yourself completely in the story I suggest listening to this melody whilst reading. Quite simply it was his letters to her. With great ease of writing Kafka evokes his troubles even his disturbances in the face of the absence and lack of this young married woman with whom he is madly in love.