NOTE: Image for reference only. Actual cover is the Kafka Library edition
Format: Trade Paperback
Condition: good+ condition, minor shelf wear, appears lightly read and used, some markings on the first page
Pages: 280pp, 1995 edition
Others: All defects if any are formulated into pricing
"Someone must have been telling lies about Josef K., he knew he had done nothing wrong but, one morning, he was arrested." From its gripping first sentence onward, this novel exemplifies the term ""Kafkaesque." Its darkly humorous narrative recounts a bank clerk's entrapment — based on an undisclosed charge — in a maze of nonsensical rules and bureaucratic roadblocks. Written in 1914 and published posthumously in 1925, Kafka's engrossing parable about the human condition plunges an isolated individual into an impersonal, illogical system. Josef K.'s ordeals raise provocative, ever-relevant issues related to the role of government and the nature of justice.