EWL Book Editorials--

Monday, October 24, 2005

The Trial by Franz Kafka


In this novel a man is tried for a crime he knows nothing about, yet he feels guilty and is executed.

1 Comments:

  • The Trial by Franz Kafka was and excruciating book to read. Because of when it was written and because of how Kafka wrote it is very hard to understand what the book is about and what Kafka is talking about at certain times. It is also difficult to figure out what the relationships are in the book or why they matter. I would not recommend this book to anyone unless they are looking for a challenge. It was easier to find your symbols and quotes first. This gives you a better understanding of your book and makes your paper easier to write. To anyone that reads this book: Good Luck, you need it. Also find the other people that are reading the same book and talk to them.

    By Blogger Emily K., at 9:19 PM  

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