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The Basic Kafka - A Little Fable, Give it Up, On Parables, and An Imperial Message Summary & Analysis

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A Little Fable, Give it Up, On Parables, and An Imperial Message Summary

A mouse says that the world is growing smaller every day. The mouse kept running, and the walls started narrowing, and there is only the trap in the corner for him to run into. However, a cat says the mouse only need to change its direction, and eats it.

(Give it Up!) Very early one morning, a man is on the way to the station when he realized the tower clock is saying it is much later than his watch says. The man asks a policeman for the way to the station, since he is not very familiar with the town. The policeman tells him to give it up and turns away suddenly, like if he was laughing.

(On Parables) Many people complain that parables...

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