By those standards, Franz Kafka is an unscrupulous plagiarist as is Aaron Copland and every jazz great.
Perhaps this was because poor Franz was stricken by tuberculosis at age 40.
But in much bigger news, German legend Franz Beckenbauer criticized the English style of play, saying it had "gone backward."
“The song was awkward for Marxist critics because of its apathetic character,” the scholar Franz Mennemeier noted.
Franz also said that the ARB did not shield officials from questioning or blame.
When the milker came in the evening he found that Franz Martin had not yet returned.
But Franz was young, and Franz was poor, and his mother had to be supported.
Two burning tears sparkled in the eyes of Franz, but they dried up instantly.
"Not to a ball, Madam, to the fair at Lahnech," interposed Franz.
And somewhere about the same time he married Elsbeth Schmidt, a tanner's widow, who had one child, Franz.