The Trial

Franz Kafka, 1925

The book is mostly about an
unreachable authority figure who
can't be reasoned with any logic.
The protagonist, is put on trial for
reasons he does not understand.
He doesn't know what he did and
neither does anyone else. People
just follow the instructions they
have been given with no questions asked.

Judge's verdict:
"You have been found guilty. Do you
have anything to say before i throw
the book at you?".

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en/books/the_trial.txt · Last modified: 2013/06/09 05:55 by admin