“Kafka plays with this complaint he has, against his father, that the father is not noble enough, that the father, who insists on rules and laws etc so much turns out to be questionable himself, not noble himself. The son’s fault is to think he needs it that fathers are noble.” – ANDRE VANTINO http://ift.tt/1NFikHY

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