Franz Kafka, handwriting in Hebrew and German, Prague 1922. Displayed in the National Library at Givat Ram, Jerusalem. Wikimedia Commons user: JHistory
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Israel's Supreme Court has ruled that Franz Kafka's manuscripts are the property of the National Library of Israel, ending a lengthy legal battle, judicial sources said in Monday.The nation's top court Sunday rejected an appeal by the heirs of Max Brod, a friend of Kafka and the executor of his estate to whom he had willed his manuscripts after his death in 1924 .Hoffe had during her lifetime sold the original manuscript of "The Trial" – considered by some to be one of Kafka's best work – for $2 million.
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