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Hyperion was a bimonthly literary journal published out of Munich by Franz Blei and Carl Sternheim. Between 1908 and 1910, twelve booklets in ten editions appeared.

It was an expensively produced booklet with modern graphics created by Walter Tiemann. Not only major authors published in the magazine, but also unknown and first-published authors. The first eight prose works of Franz Kafka appeared in the magazine: Die Bäume, Kleider, Die Abweisung, Der Kaufmann, Zerstreutes Hinausschaun, Der Nachhauseweg, Die Vorüberlaufenden und Der Fahrgast.

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