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A classic. It's amazing that even at the beginning of the twentieth century he was writing of themes of alienation and the power of the state to control, i.e. 'Big Brother.'Published 2 days ago by Gary D.
The scene is the alienating society, with everyone is his brother's keeper and the legal system merged into everyday life. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Eric Dujardin
Haven't rread this book on Kindle since I ordered it (so many books, so little time!), but read it in college, and enjoyed it greatly. Read morePublished 19 days ago by vicsgirl
I know this is a classic. Unfortunately classics are not always great. I did not get this bookPublished 24 days ago by ellen foster
The writer gets on a subject for his character and drags it out very long, to the point where I skimmed through many pages as much of the content was repeated. Read morePublished 28 days ago by Shonda
The story is a classic and an interesting read. This review is of the translation. After reading the story, I researched some literary analysis of it and found that this particular... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Chris Spizzirri
Form becomes the main criteria to acceptance. Kafka's imagination is original. Like the first scifi thriller to a long and successful trendPublished 1 month ago by Jeffrey Reppert