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The Basic Kafka Chapter Summary & Analysis - The Coming of the Messiah, The Emperor, The Cell, The Tiger, Couriers, and My Destination Summary

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The Coming of the Messiah, The Emperor, The Cell, The Tiger, Couriers, and My Destination Summary

The Messiah will only come when he is no longer needed, the day after his arrival, when faith becomes individualized. (The Emperor) A man did not believe the emperor was descended from the gods. This caused as much of a problem as a drip going the opposite way from an ocean. (The Cell) A person finds himself in a cell, with several doors that only open onto rock walls; one that opens onto an adjoining room, and another onto a royal apartment. The person says he doesn't have to go back again.

(The Tiger) A tiger was taken to an animal trainer to see if he was tame. The animal trainer looked at the animal alone; the animal looked...

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