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In 1920 Kafka began an intense relationship with Milena Jesenská , a Czech journalist and writer. His letters to her were later published as Letters to Milena .  During a vacation in July 1923 to Graal-Müritz on the Baltic Sea , Kafka met Dora Diamant , a 25-year-old kindergarten teacher from an orthodox Jewish family. Kafka, hoping to escape the influence of his family to concentrate on his writing, moved briefly to Berlin and lived with Diamant. She became his lover and caused him to become interested in the Talmud .  He worked on four stories, which he prepared to be published as Ein Hungerkünstler ( A Hunger Artist ). 
If you have found your entire course a demonstration in drudgery, then consider the fact you do not love the course you are doing. More worrying, consider the fact that if you do not love studying the subject, then you may hate working in the field/industry.
Prager's greatest enemy is not the gays, or even the feminists, but instead "the left". Who Prager believes the left consists of is unclear since his definition of the left apparently means that Barack Obama is our first leftist president, with the possible exception of FDR .  This is another blatant lie since JFK , LBJ , Carter , and even Nixon and Eisenhower governed to the left of Obama. The left is also working hard to turn university students into bisexuals .  He has even accused the "secular left" of being anti-Semitic (that must be a lot of Jews, then); during a debate Christopher Hitchens confronted him on this claim and Prager couldn't back it up, which led to Hitchens accusing Prager of being "evasive". 
Define writing : the act or process of one who writes: such as — writing in a sentence
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump has blocked the release of hundreds of records on the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, bending to CIA and FBI appeals, while the National Archives came out Thursday night with a hefty cache of others. “I have no choice,” Trump said in a memo, citing “potentially irreversible harm” […]