Franz Kafka's The Castle

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David Fishelson, Aaron Leichter
Dramatists Play Service, Inc., 2001 - Drama - 59 pages
45 Reviews
...a poignant, thought-provoking, and yes, essentially amusing piece on the subject [of 9/11]. Indeed, the play offers a lesson in how the theater can deal with such a momentous event without being trite, maudlin, trivial, or disrespectful. --Variety. ...di
  

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User Review  - sweetiegherkin - LibraryThing

A land-surveyor simply named K travels to a distant village after being summoned to work there by officials at the mysterious Castle. Upon arrival, he is treated poorly by the majority of the local ... Read full review

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Kafka does it again: without even bothering to finish a book he gives you more terrifying insight into human behavior than you could find in a hundred good novels with a complete story arc, and at the ... Read full review

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