A Hunger Artist

Describe symbolism in A Hunger Artist by Franz Kafka

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In the novel, The Hunger Artist, the artist's cage is symbolic of the barrier between the artist and the rest of the world.

Hunger is also used as a symbol and represents a lust for life, as well as spiritual yearning.

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