The Basic Kafka - Study Guide The Tower of Babel, The Pit of Babel, Abraham, Mount Sinai, and Before the Law Summary & Analysis

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If the Tower of Babel could have been built with no one actually going up it, it would have been fine with God. (The Pit of Babel) The speaker is digging a underground passage because his station in life is too high. (Abraham) Abraham is a man of spiritual poverty, who is upset at his perceived uniformity of the world. The speaker can imagine another Abraham, who was more than ready to sacrifice his son, but had to take care of things around his home. Another Abraham, perhaps, was willing to make the sacrifice, but didn't believe he and his son were worthy of it. (Mount Sinai) Many people prowl around Mount Sinai, but none use the straight road...

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