The Trial, by that Kafka dude
Anyone else read this? I just finished.
Man, what a depressing read. It's got these really amusing scenes, but overall you just crumble under the sense of desperate futility of it all. As with most of Kafka's writings, this is a little raw and could have done with a lot more work, but the first third of the novel is as gripping as you're likely to find in philosophical novels. There was some snubby thread a while ago about how Kafka was overrated and The Metamorphosis sucks. If you subscribe to that opinion, perhaps this will change your mind.
Poor Josef K.
thanks for sharing.blackhawk tactical pants.
"I could have done worse!" exultantly cried the murderer Lebret, sentenced at Rouen to hard labor for life. — Félix Fénéon