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The Trial by Franz Kafka
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Read from August 05 to 18, 2012


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“It would have been so pointless to kill himself that, even if he had wanted to, the pointlessness would have made him unable.”
Franz Kafka, The Trial


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08/05/2012 page 33
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08/15/2012 page 180
80.0% "Swallowed by Kafkian despair."
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Rahul Trial is coming up like Kafka intended it to be brought up . absurd, funny, a nightmare drawn out in the public.drawn out over days...
but was just thinking, that just as it is absurd to have a trial without being told what you are being tried for, it would be absurd to be in for a trial, for an act that you dont consider a crime.

in the later case, you would be called insane...in societal terms.
so,in the former case...Kafka is giving the protagonist and us the readers a chance to call the society insane.


Rahul Could we call everything that is not Utopia, a dystopia??! What use is the world in between...


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