"Shamefaced Lanky and Impure in Heart" (German: "Der Unredliche in seinem Herzen") is the name usually given to Franz Kafka's earliest surviving work of fiction, a short story that he wrote in 1902 and that has survived only because it was included in a letter to his friend Oskar Pollack.

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  • "Shamefaced Lanky and Impure in Heart" (German: "Der Unredliche in seinem Herzen") is the name usually given to Franz Kafka's earliest surviving work of fiction, a short story that he wrote in 1902 and that has survived only because it was included in a letter to his friend Oskar Pollack.
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  • Richard and Clara Winston
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  • "Shamefaced Lanky and Impure in Heart" (German: "Der Unredliche in seinem Herzen") is the name usually given to Franz Kafka's earliest surviving work of fiction, a short story that he wrote in 1902 and that has survived only because it was included in a letter to his friend Oskar Pollack.
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