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by Franz Kafka

A man is accused, tried, and sentenced without ever understanding what crime he is believed to have committed.

Characters: Joseph K.

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Kafka’s Bureaucratic Nightmares
This essay opines that Kafka’s imagery of existential despair is “typically focused upon some aspect of modern bureaucracy and its proliferation, along with its teratological outgrowth, the bureaucratic mind.”
Contains: Content Analysis
Author: Jack Matthews
From: The Freeman http://www.self-gov.org/freeman/
The Trial
A chapter by chapter summary of the novel, as well as a detailed cast of characters.
Contains: Plot Summary
Author: Leni Kafka

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Last Updated Apr 29, 2013