“If I sometimes yell at you – when you came in I really did yell at you, didn’t I? – then I do it not in the hope that it will improve you, I do it only for the sake of your poor, good mother who..is..going to pieces under the strain of keeping off such sorrow” – FRANZ KAFKA, bringing to life the father as deathly, mean superego http://ift.tt/1jN2vDM

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