"Kafka's Final Absurdist Tale Plays Out In Tel Aviv" by Sheera Frenkel via NPR. May 30, 2012
Franz Kafka published just a few short stories and a novella during his lifetime, yet he was considered one of the 20th century's most influential writers.
The rest of his work was largely kept secret, and literary scholars have long wondered what gems they might find among Kafka's papers.
The answer may ultimately lie on Tel Aviv's Spinoza Street, inside a small, squat apartment building covered with dirty, pinkish stucco that looks like it's seen better days.