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Franz Kafka was a Prague-born Jewish modernist writer. Most of his German-language works were published posthumously. He died in 1924 of tuberculosis.

Dan Kulka (1938-1979) was a Czechoslovakia-born sculptor, though he was mainly active in Canada. He was trained in Prague and later taught at the College of Art in Toronto. In 1970 he emigrated to Israel.

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Kulka, Dan: Head of Franz Kafka, Leo Baeck Institute, 77.31.

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