The sentence can be translated as: Gay people, on the other hand, grow up alone; there is no history. Retrieved 22 August The Shaping of Influence". The writer Milan Kundera suggests that Kafka's surrealist humour may have been an inversion of Dostoyevsky's presentation of characters who are punished for a crime. I read somewhere that Kafka was disgusted by the thought of sex, which would lead many to believe that Kafka, maybe infact was a homosexual. Suffering, Death and Rebirth in 'The Metamorphosis ' ".
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No, the issue goes much deeper than that, and is a question of the essence of his personality, rather than just a fleeting physical aberration. They point out that reading the Kafka work while focusing on the futility of his characters' struggles reveals Kafka's play of humour; he is not necessarily commenting on his own problems, but rather pointing out how people tend to invent problems. Lerman, Antony 22 July Further because I am so annoyed by your stupidity and arroganceit is well-known among intelligent readers that Kafka is renowned precisely BECAUSE he was able to incorporate some of the personal aspects of his life into universally meaningful tales. Private acceptance of homosexuality, in my experience, is not to be found, even among the most liberal-minded, sophisticated and liberated people.
When I arrived at Brod's on 13 August, she was sitting at the table. He had a really intense access to his own subconscious, more than we might have, and this is why he is such a great writer. Yes, very much I think. He just wanted to be heard and maybe not make philosophical statements. Die ungeheure Welt, die ich im Kopfe habe. The Book of the Month: