The Trial (1/8)

The trials and tribulations contained within Franz Kafka’s The Trial are more allegorical than literal, as, you, the reader, as well as the story’s protagonist Josef K. never find out the crime for which he was arrested, or much information at all about the court which is holding him with which he cannot communicate. Josef can only ask questions, but receives no answers to make sense of the surreal world in which he is forced to wander.

Written by Josh Wagner

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