Kafka Was a Legal Secretary

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“It’s the stuff of dreams: proof that those evenings spent hunched over a desk, typing furiously might, just might, not be in vain; that Paul Giamatti’s character from Sideways does not represent an undiscovered middle-aged writer’s inevitable fate.”

The Atlantic explores the former occupations of authors to answer the question: “When Does a Writer Become a Writer?”


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