4 thoughts on “130th Anniversary of Franz Kafka’s Birth

      • I think it’s an interesting study of how families react to tragedies that befall them. Especially, when it leaves them in dire straits. It was sad that it finally took his death to complete their metamorphosis. Yes, the caricature is great! The artist must read the story because the typewriter squashes the bug right where the apple get lodged in the story… 😉

  1. You’re so right! Now, about those family issues… It pissed me off big time because when he was Ok, he took care of his family, but once the metamorphosis began they abandoned him! They left him to morph alone in his room. (:

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