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Franz Kafka's The Castle by David Fishelson
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Aug 25, 2011

really liked it

The castle is again a marvellous product of the taverns of arcanity kafka had ventured into, as is reflected from the character who decides to fight something which he is unable to understand. The castle functions as a non-interpretable institution with unexplainable functions as it increasingly serves an apathetic and insensitive bureaucracy. It is a timeless classic and is still very applicable in today's time. The movie Brazil also went along similar lines exploring similar issues
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