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292Re: [kafka-list] The Trial Ending

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  • Payesero@aol.com
    Jul 18, 2007
      i find your question very interesting. i am not an academic or a literature student, just somebody that like those books so this is my anserw, it seems that k. accepted that he was guilty and he wanted to punish himself, its very diferent ending then the movie, if you have not seen it i recomend it!, on the movie k. is not accepting but defiant and even take out his killers.? thank you for bringing the kafka list back to life!! it been such a long time since there was any kinda of discussion here.

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      From: jepner25 <jepner25@...>
      To: kafka-list@yahoogroups.com
      Sent: Tue, 17 Jul 2007 8:16 pm
      Subject: [kafka-list] The Trial Ending

      I can't help but feel befuddled and almost helpless at the end of this

      tale. That's it? He's just killed? I read in a foreward of my

      edition that part of the point of the book was to show his feeling of

      life itself being a prison. But I just can't rectify how it simply

      goes from the scene with the priest to him being led to his execution.

      What are your thoughts?

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