Franz Kafka

The Metamorphosis and Other Stories

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    more liberal, enlightened ethos of the visiting traveller from Europe
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    sinister forces of the old régime are not dead
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    colonial settlements in Africa or the Caribbean
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    accounts of the notorious French colony of Devil’s Island.
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    issues of guilt, justice, punishment and atonement
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    historical watershed between a shockingly arbitrary and barbarous penal system
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    Samsa has a similar vowel/consonant pattern to ‘Kafka’
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    In the Penal Colony
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    derived from Kafka’s reading
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    Fräulein Bürstner in The Trial or Frieda Brandenfeld in The Judgement recall the initials of Felice Bauer.
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    size of the shadow is an illusion
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    n; in physical reality it is far smaller than it appears
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    shadow cast by Kafka over modern literary consciousness.
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    ultimate authority, no final arbiter of truth, justice, or morality.
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    revive official interest
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    negative exemplar of self-absorbed bourgeois defeatism
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    Prague Spring of 1968
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    is works were freely available in most of Eastern Europe
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    Edmund Wilson characterised Kafka memorably and provocatively as a ‘Brocken Spectre’
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    appears to have articulated, even to have prefigured, many of the horrors and terrors of twentieth-century existence
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