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  • Cady godess
    I think the discover he made was to accept his fate. ... http://sites.ninemsn.com.au/minisite/millionaire/default.asp ... ===== Listen to the MUSTN TS child,
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      I think the discover he made was to accept his fate.

      --- jenna_dw <jenna_dw@...> wrote:
      > Hi everyone,
      >
      > Just wanted to thank you for your input into my post
      > regarding "The
      > Trial". It was most helpful and I am pleased to find
      > the group is
      > willing to help out others as Kafka's work is
      > obviously very indepth
      > and any insight or opinions from anyone else can
      > surely only open
      > possibly new undiscovered ideas and concepts.
      >
      > Can anyone tell me is they think Josef K actually
      > made any new
      > discoveries during his journey. I have to look at
      > the discoveries,
      > goals and challenges that he faced.
      >
      >
      > Anyway thanks so much for all your help
      >
      > Jenna
      >
      > --- In kafka-list@yahoogroups.com, Cady godess
      > <cady_godess@y...>
      > wrote:
      > > When we studied Kafka's trial in my calss we
      > dicsussed
      > > the trial as being symbolical of the inevetable
      > death
      > > we all face. We are all on trial all the time. We
      > just
      > > dont know it. Its a great book you should look
      > into
      > > some of his other work.
      > > Does that help?
      > >
      > > --- Priya Subramaniam <liminalspace@h...>
      > > wrote:
      > > > I thought that The Trial was an exploration (an
      > > > imaginative journey, if you
      > > > like) of a society in which conformity is
      > compulsory
      > > > and in which a person
      > > > can be arrested and "tried" (K didn't get a fair
      > > > trial either!) without ever
      > > > really knowing what it is that he has done
      > wrong.
      > > > What is really chilling is
      > > > that K is not on the surface a "rebel" or a
      > > > "deviant"- in fact, he is unable
      > > > to think what it is that he could have done
      > wrong!
      > > > Conformity does not have
      > > > to follow set criteria either- how many of us
      > have
      > > > had the experience of not
      > > > wanting to associate with someone (or someone
      > not
      > > > wanting to associate with
      > > > you) but not being able to pinpoint an exact
      > reason
      > > > other than that they are
      > > > not "in" or that they are "weird", etc.
      > > > I have to sign off, but I hope that the above is
      > > > helpful.
      > > >
      > > >
      > > > ----Original Message Follows----
      > > > From: "jenna_dw" <jenna_dw@y...>
      > > > Reply-To: kafka-list@yahoogroups.com
      > > > To: kafka-list@yahoogroups.com
      > > > Subject: [kafka-list] The trial ???
      > > > Date: Sun, 07 Mar 2004 17:20:10 -0000
      > > >
      > > > Hi Everyone,
      > > >
      > > > I have been studying Kafka's The trial as part
      > of an
      > > > English Lit
      > > > module and I have been coping with it quite well
      > as
      > > > I was very
      > > > unsure of it in the beginning, as I had read so
      > many
      > > > conflicting
      > > > interruptations and ideas.
      > > >
      > > > What I am wondering is if anyone who has read
      > the
      > > > book a couple of
      > > > times( which i intend to do again in the future)
      > or
      > > > done an indepth
      > > > study of Kafka's work could tell me if they feel
      > > > that Kafka took the
      > > > reader on an imaginative journey throughout
      > Josef K
      > > > entire story.
      > > > Part of my study is to explore other readers
      > > > feelings on the journey
      > > > experienced.
      > > >
      > > > Any input would be greatly appreciated.
      > > >
      > > > I must say that Kafka's work in this book has
      > had me
      > > > thinking and
      > > > exploring many different ideals and concepts.
      > > >
      > > > I have really enjoyed it and so glad to be
      > > > introduced to Kafka's
      > > > work
      > > >
      > > >
      > > > Jenna
      > > >
      > > >
      > > >
      > > >
      > > >
      > > >
      > > > Priya
      > > >
      > > >
      > >
      >
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      > > Listen to the SHOULDN'TS, the IMPOSSIBLES, the
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      Listen to the MUSTN'TS child, Listen to the DONT's
      Listen to the SHOULDN'TS, the IMPOSSIBLES, the WON'TS
      Listen to the NEVER HAVES, then Listen close to me
      ANYTHING can happen child, ANYTHING can be

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