"The Trial" as a Religious Critique
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This paper examines Franz Kafka's "The Trial" as a religious critique, bringing in ideas from Protestant, Judaist, Catholic, and Calvinist thought.
From the Paper:"Franz Kafka's "The Trial" can be viewed as a religious critique. Although it does not directly preach religion per se, it exemplifies various religious ideologies and also suggests a religious world view. Kafka's Jewish background predisposes him to accept the Judaist thought that God is law, and in fact in the Jewish Bible as well as the Christian Bible, the concept of God's law is magnified. Yet Kafka was not a practicing Jew for most of his life and..."
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