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Rune_Kristoffersen
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Metamorphosis

Sad, wonderful, all Kafka is depressing, but worth to read. In his work, specially "The metamorphosis" you can tell what was for Kafka to grow up with a father that hates his own son.
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Rune_Kristoffersen wrote:
Sad, wonderful, all Kafka is depressing, but worth to read. In his work, specially "The metamorphosis" you can tell what was for Kafka to grow up with a father that hates his own son.




Hi Rune,
Welcome to this conversation. You're right that so much of Kafka's drama is the conflict between father and son.
Look through the various questions we have going. I'd like to hear your response to any of them. (To do it, you click into a folder, and respond to someone in one of these conversations....) I look forward to your input
Ilana



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Re: Metamorphosis

Llana, im from Argentina
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Rune_Kristoffersen wrote:
Llana, im from Argentina




I hear Argentina's gorgeous. I'm from Miami, Florida, but now live in New York. Thanks for joining in our conversation.



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