I just finished Kafka's The Trial. It was excellent.
What are your interpretations of it? Does anyone have any recommendations to any quality articles of its analysis? thanks and go fuck yourselves
the inaccessibility of the "truths" that really govern us.
The law is one thing. The law happening in real life is another thing altogether.
The wear and tear on our spirits/minds that we acquire when trying to explore the metaphorical "law" because it's made unnecessarily complex to shield itself from logical inquiries by sensible average folks.
Not on The Trial but Kafka in general. Jorge Luis Borges, Hannah Arendt, Walter Benjamin & David Foster Wallace all wrote essays on Kafka, if you want to know how a handful of writers and philosophers feel about the whole thing. Borges was particularly interesting.