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The Basic Kafka Chapter Summary & Analysis - Josephine the Singer, or the Mouse Folk Summary

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Josephine the Singer, or the Mouse Folk Summary

Josephine in a singer in a mouse colony. Most of the mice in the colony are dedicated to doing their work to keep the colony going. However, Josephine feels that her contribution to the betterment of the colony is her singing. The mice are, on the whole, not musical creatures, so it is hard to discern how much of an effect Josephine's singing has on them. It is hard to tell if her singing is actually something special, something different from the noises the rest of the mice make. The mice always pipe, but they don't make their piping out to be an art form as Josephine does. Josephine wants to be admired, but she wants to orchestrate that admiration to ensure the mice are giving her their full attention. She likes to sing when...

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