“Kafka is not simply against his father. He blames him for blaming Kafka. But he also blames himself for feeling blamed even at times where the father had no hard feelings against him. This is why one can say Kafka plays with his own complaint against his father, that the father who insists on rule and law so much turns out to be questionable himself and not noble.” – http://ift.tt/1PyND76

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