“My parents ‘constitute a tie that hinders me (hinders me even if I should never exchange a word with them), and they are not’ ‘worthy.’ ‘When you are here, sitting at my parents’ table, my vulnerability to what is hostile to me in my father and mother is of course much greater’. ‘They hope to have found an accomplice in you against my opposition (they haven’t found one); and they appear more ugly and contemptible in my eyes in the degree that I expect more from them under such circumstances,’ Kafka writes.” – http://ift.tt/1ZsEVw1

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