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Franz Kafka was a writer. Some of his works included The Metamorphosis, In the Penal Colony and The Trial. (PROSE: Nanomorphosis)

Emily Blandish had not read any of Kafka's works. Detective Honoré Lechasseur brought him up after stating that it would seemingly be impossible for the Doctor to be "magically transformed" into her, a woman. He had, in fact, regenerated into a new man. (PROSE: The Cabinet of Light)

After Fitz Kreiner's trial for supposedly bombing St Anthony's Chapel, he described the predicament he'd found himself in as "some Kafka-esque parody of justice." (PROSE: The Domino Effect)

When naming great minds who had worked in Prague, the Eleventh Doctor noted that Kafka wrote there. (COMIC: The Broken Man)

Behind the scenes Edit

David Tennant starred as Franz Kafka in Murray Gold's BBC Radio audio play Kafka the Musical. He won "Best Actor" at the BBC Audio Drama Awards for the part.[1] He was also played by Richard E Grant in Franz Kafka's It's a Wonderful Life, written and directed by Peter Capaldi.

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