Kafka

English / April 23, 2015 / No Comments /
The following paper examines “The Hunger Artist” and “The Metamorphosis”, selected works of Franz Kafka, a master of realistic fantasy.

This essay discusses these two stories as a pair of ancient myths written into yesterday’s newspaper which are meant to plausibly present us with the rise and fall of freakish demigods at the hand of a mundane world. In both stories, the protagonists are portrayed as freaks of nature, in accordance with the gothic stereotype.
This essay discusses these two stories as a pair of ancient myths written into yesterday’s newspaper which are meant to plausibly present us with the rise and fall of freakish demigods at the hand of a mundane world.In both stories, the protagonists are portrayed as freaks of nature, in accordance with the gothic stereotype.


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