Introduction. The article deals with the description of the writing process of Franz Kafka's novel «America» and the translator's inner experiences, as well as the transfer of the motive «freedom disappeared» in the work. Research methods. Franz Kafka's first novel, America, was written in 1911-1916.The work was originally titled “Loss”, it was later successfully translated into English by Mark Harmanand the novel was first published in 1927 under the title of "America."This article describes the process of feature Franz Kafka's novel and the writer's inner feelings, as well as the motive of «freedom» and «disappeared» in the work. Results. Franz Kafka's novel "America" is an autobiographical novel. In this novel, the writer states that he is not independent, that his will is not in his own hands. That is why he always expressed his desire to be independent, not to depend on anyone, to have inner freedom through the image of Karl Rossmann in the novel.It was Franz Kafka who demonstrated his passion for freedom in his novel America. Discussion.The novels of the Austrian writer Franz Kafka evoke feelings of panic, danger and fear in the reader. It is necessary to understand the peculiarities of Kafka’s artistic style. This article analyzes Kafka's artistic images of disappeared and freedom in the study of the writer's style. Conclusion.It should be noted that the depiction of the images of freedom society is the essence of Kafka's style. As part of the study of the writer's writing style, his life and work are also closely studied.In this work, Franz Kafka explores the definition of existing forms of life and events using the concepts of "disappeared "and" freedom".
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Kuvanova, Shakhnoza Omonovna
"FUNDAMENTALS OF THE MOTIVE OF "FREEDOM"
IN FRANZ KAFKA'S NOVEL "AMERICA","
Scientific reports of Bukhara State University: Vol. 2022:
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