Kafka’s diaries show that he did torture himself with his day job — and with other distractions of “this farraginous thing we call life”. Perhaps he was “exquisitely happy”, to quote Hofmann, only when he got up from his desk at 3am, to observe the entrance to his burrow while doing exercises naked at the window. This translation makes palpable the pleasure he must have felt.
A measure to ease bureaucratic hurdles has passed with more than 60 percent, according to local media.
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noun [C] plural farragos or US farragoes FORMAL DISAPPROVING
a confused mixture:
He told us a farrago of lies.