Guantanamo Dairy is a difficult, often searing read, though the terrors it describes are, in true Kafka-esque
style, mixed with comic absurdities.
It's for unemployed people sanctioned over some Kafka-esque
nightmare of bureaucracy - a system that is now coming after people in work.
Like his previous novels, his latest offering tackles the Kafka-esque
theme of loneliness and alienation, perhaps more directly than before.
It's an odd story of Kafka-esque
abuse of power and nonviolent defiance in the face of authority.
They added that prosecuting a defendant for trying to defend himself 'epitomises the very definition of a Kafka-esque
Many borrowers tell Kafka-esque
stories of bureaucracy, where what used to be a 30- to 60-day process has stretched to 90 days or more.
And now they are even disagreeing on what has been agreed upon at Bkirki, in an almost Kafka-esque
situation, and a new level of farce.
Bureaucracy tied up the inhabitants in complicated, sometimes kafka-esque
knots recognizable to anyone who has lived in Italy.
Which camp you end up in depends not on anything pertinent, like ability or talent, but rather a Kafka-esque
cloud of perceived slights, half-truths and misunderstandings- At the moment I'm on the side of the angels, largely because Karoline thinks I was at the Oscars (actually it was Oscar's Bistro in Leamington Spa) and thus connected to the glitterati.
Given the history of mortgage foreclosures in our courtrooms, taking this process away from judicial scrutiny will only ensure a Kafka-esque
experience that will violate both substantive and procedural due process.
JOHN GOODMAN IN BARTON FINK YOU'VE got crippling writer's block and keep imagining the paintings in the nightmarish Kafka-esque
hotel you've checked into are coming to life.
My visit to Libya in the late 1990's was as Kafka-esque
as the life and times of its then Brother Leader, Colonel Muammar Gaddafi.