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Description of a Struggle and Other Stories Parece uma trip de cidos A espa os bastante c mico, mas como um todo n o tem grande nexo Basta ler o Plot Summary da Wikipedia para me entender The first chapter is narrated by a young man attending a party and tells of his acquaintance as he is referred to in the story that he meets there The second chapter is the longest and is itself split into several sections The narrator leaps onto his acquaintance s back and rides him like a horse and imagines a landscape that responds to his Parece uma trip de cidos A espa os bastante c mico, mas como um todo n o tem grande nexo Basta ler o Plot Summary da Wikipedia para me entender The first chapter is narrated by a young man attending a party and tells of his acquaintance as he is referred to in the story that he meets there The second chapter is the longest and is itself split into several sections The narrator leaps onto his acquaintance s back and rides him like a horse and imagines a landscape that responds to his every whim He then meets an extraordinarily fat man carried on a litter who tells him the story of a supplicant who prays by smashing his head into the ground In the third chapter, the narrator returns to reality, so to speak, and continues his walk up the Petrin Hill Prague in winter with his acquaintance Contudo, d para reconhecer que s o as primeiras pinceladas do que viria a ser Kafka Interesting short stories from Kafka All of whom which represent the struggle of a character someway or another Some of the stories very introverted, some of them very supernatural All in all, a beautiful plethora of Kafkaesque ingenuity. Description Of A Struggle Is One Of Kafka S Longer Minor Works And Is Divided Into Three Chapters The First Chapter Is Narrated By A Young Man Attending A Party And Tells Of His Acquaintance As He Is Referred To In The Story That He Meets There The Second Chapter Is The Longest And Is Itself Split Into Several Sections The Narrator Leaps Onto His Acquaintance S Back And Rides Him Like A Horse And Imagines A Landscape That Responds To His Every Whim He Then Meets An Extraordinarily Fat Man Carried On A Litter Who Tells Him The Story Of A Supplicant Who Prays By Smashing His Head Into The Ground In The Third Chapter, The Narrator Returns To Reality, So To Speak, And Continues His Walk Up The Laurenziberg In Winter With His Acquaintance That was all right, too All day in the office, evenings at a party, at night inthe streets, and nothing to excess A way of life so natural that it borders on theexcessive Whew, what a cold hand he cried I wouldn t like to go home with a handlike that You should have let yourself be kissed, too, my friend That was an omission.Still, you can make up for it But sleep On a night like this What an idea Just thinkhow many thoughts a blanket smothers while one lies alone in bed, and how ma That was all right, too All day in the office, evenings at a party, at night inthe streets, and nothing to excess A way of life so natural that it borders on theexcessive Whew, what a cold hand he cried I wouldn t like to go home with a handlike that You should have let yourself be kissed, too, my friend That was an omission.Still, you can make up for it But sleep On a night like this What an idea Just thinkhow many thoughts a blanket smothers while one lies alone in bed, and how manyunhappy dreams it keeps warm Definitely a quotable book I guess one could say It s a great read . I don t think that I really understood it but Kafka is worth a shot anyway. i definitely didnt get this nor did i enjoy it It s not so much a story to escape to but an escape from your own story If anyone really knows what s going on, please share Kafka writes with that deep knowing that is so far removed from everything that I question if he even knew his own knowing Literary masterpiece Of course Aren t all the best writers completely nuts I felt my mind was reading what my eyes observe in a Salvador Dali painting a surrealistic landscape with the use of powerfully emotional imagery, the kind of images that we associate with dreams or a Hitchcock movie or else it is a story of a man who had some magic mushrooms mixed and slipped into his schnapps at the cocktail party.

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