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The Trial [Read] ➼ The Trial ➹ Henry Sussman – Thomashillier.co.uk Few writers of fiction anticipate the preoccupations of twentieth century culture with violence, derangement, and language with the lucidity that Franz Kafka achieved in his novel The Trial The dull h Few writers of fiction anticipate the preoccupations of twentieth century culture with violence, derangement, and The Trial Kindle - language with the lucidity that Franz Kafka achieved in his novel The Trial The dull hammering of dread and loneliness in daily life anonymous menace, bureaucratic complexity, isolation, punishment without crime furnish a distressing snapshot of not just the author s time and place, but the whole of the twentieth century The manifold components of World War I elements which seem as poignant and divisive today as in enter the fictive domain of The Trial as well Nationalism, worldwide economic downturn, class strife, and massive ethnic upheaval all color the events of the novel Yet, despite the remarkable detail of social and political history, The Trial represents Kafka s greatest unleashing of psychological, philosophical, and aesthetic insight In The Trial Kafka s Unholy Trinity, author Henry Sussman places the novel in its historical, aesthetic, and philosophical contexts, and examines Kafka s insight as a psychologist of the artistic process Sussman argues persuasively that Kafka may have anticipated his century s infatuation with linguistic processes and distortions, pointing out a vast and profound body of original and disturbing literary works that bear the unique mark of Franz Kafka He examines the interplay between those processes and the psychological structures of the novel, detailing Kafka as an uncanny theorist of art and language So too does he examine the building blocks in Kafka s work the forerunners of The Trial scenario within his aphorisms and short fictions the writers he cherished Dostoevsky, Gogol, Balzac, and Dickens and the sustained influence of filial, aesthetic, and messianic mentalities in his work.

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