Posts Tagged ‘franz kafka’
Reading Franz Kafka is simliar to treading upon the edge of a knife blade. There is no room for dullness, one must be sharp and careful, or one is apt to be cut in two. Kafka would appreciate this image though.
I survived another week of November Hell, as Kyle would claim: “Noooooooooooooo!!!!!vember”
I’ve come up with a proposal for my major term paper in Post Structuralist/Structuralist Theory. A Psychoanalytic Freudian Reading of Franz Kafka’s Parables. I’ll let you soak that in for a bit. 20 pages devoted to Kafka & Freud, what the hell am I thinking?
I have been unable to read lengthy works of fiction this past season. All of the novels I’ve enjoyed have been of a length around 150-200 pages. I am guessing most of it is a result of a busy life: work, school, essays, social life, etc, it’s just become that much harder to balance life and throw in a book of pleasure.
I wish I had a bit more to blog about, but my life is fairly dull. Celebrated my birthday this past weekend and that was a lovely time. I have some amazing friends who love me and it’s nice to be around those who support and carry you year round. And I even managed to stay awake past 9p.m. this time, hehe. Thanks for all who helped plan and for making the weekend an amazing time.