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اثر فرانتس کافکا از انتشارات اشاره - مترجم: کامل روزدار-دهه 1930 میلادی

The unnamed narrator, a dog, recounts a number of episodes from its past, in which it used quasi-scientific and rational methods to resolve basic questions of its existence that most of its peers were content to leave unanswered, such as: Whence does the Earth procure its food?.[2] Many of the seemingly absurd descriptions employed by the narrator express its misapprehension or confusion about the world, centering on dogkinds apparent inability to realize (or, some passages suggest, unwillingness to acknowledge) the existence of their human masters.


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It seems Kafka was overthinking when he wrote this!.. but he used interesting metaphors.

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Raamat, mida ma lõpuni lugeda ei suutnud. Ilmselgelt mu IQ ei küündi selleni :D

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This was an ordeal to read and Im glad its over.

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An absolute masterpiece! This dense short story affords, through the intervention of a dog narrator, Kafka to verbalise a litany of his metaphysical obsessions, from the unbearable sad passions of solitude to what Walter Benjamin calls the “animal gesture,” which is this simple and mysterious gesture that is supposed to allow the subject to escape the idealist lid imposed by modernity, consciousness, civilisation, technological progress… you name it!

Of course, any aficionado of Kafka’s fragmented “minor literature,” dixit Deleuze and Guattari, immediately understands that this gesture cannot be understood as a total revolution or revelation, but rather as a failure that sheds lights to some potential zones of resistance. This is best illustrated by the long passage about the dog-protagonists experience of fasting – a topic that Kafka uses more extensively in “The hunger Artist.” I strongly recommend this short story to anyone interested in the notions of humanity, animality and the crisis of the individual in the works of Kafka.

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One of the most relevant books Ive read in a long time, reminds me of Tolstoys struggles with science and truth. But really weird, (... Kafkaesque?).

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