188Re: [kafka-list] Hi
- Sep 15, 2004No, not at all. In fact, as I said, he never used the
actual word "insect," which sounds more scientific
than the word Kafka used - "vermin," a word with a
much dirtier and creepier feel to it. The story of
course describes Gregor having multiple legs and a
hard back etc. like a bug, but is never specific to
what kind of creature Gregor has actually turned into.
The cleaning lady called him a "dung beetle," but
that's not necessarily what he was - some say think he
--- brianhho@... wrote:
> Really? That's interesting..he never never was=====
> specific what kind of
> insect it was?
For the most part the phenomenology of the world is a nightmarish excrescence.
All these buildings. What did Talbert want to do--sodomize the Festival Hall?
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