Kafka's Quotes

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Kafka's Quotes By Franz Kafka: She is so distinct to me, it's as She is so distinct to me, it's as though I had run my hands all over her. Franz Kafka
Kafka's Quotes By Franz Kafka: The meaning of life is that it ends. The meaning of life is that it ends. Franz Kafka
Kafka's Quotes By Mike Kafka: Doing the Right Thing - Sometimes doing the Doing the Right Thing - Sometimes doing the right thing, is to do nothing at all. Mike Kafka
Kafka's Quotes By Franz Kafka: Only the moment counts. It determines life. Only the moment counts. It determines life. Franz Kafka
Kafka's Quotes By Franz Kafka: His last words to Robert Klopstock are 'Kill His last words to Robert Klopstock are 'Kill me, or you are a murderer. Franz Kafka
Kafka's Quotes By Franz Kafka: Many a book is like a key to Many a book is like a key to unknown chambers within the castle of one's own self. Franz Kafka
Kafka's Quotes By Franz Kafka: It's often better to be in chains than It's often better to be in chains than to be free. Franz Kafka
Kafka's Quotes By Franz Kafka: Don't be too hasty, don't take somebody else's Don't be too hasty, don't take somebody else's opinion without testing it. Franz Kafka
Kafka's Quotes By Kafka Asagiri: Do not pity yourself. If you wallow in Do not pity yourself. If you wallow in self-pity, life will be an endless nightmare. Kafka Asagiri
Kafka's Quotes By Franz Kafka: And yet the fear! And yet the fear! Franz Kafka
Kafka's Quotes By Franz Kafka: Writing is a prayer. Writing is a prayer. — Franz Kafka
Kafka's Quotes By Jason Harvey: There are two cardinal sins from which all There are two cardinal sins from which all others spring: Impatience and Laziness." Franz Kafka — Jason Harvey
Kafka's Quotes By Franz Kafka: My life was sweeter than other people's and My life was sweeter than other people's and my death will be more terrible by the same degree. — Franz Kafka
Kafka's Quotes By Franz Kafka: His growing lack of concern for the others His growing lack of concern for the others hardly surprised him, whereas previously he had prided himself on being considerate. — Franz Kafka
Kafka's Quotes By Franz Kafka: I passed by the brothel as though past I passed by the brothel as though
past the house of a beloved. — Franz Kafka
Kafka's Quotes By Joseph Brodsky: Out of Dostoevsky: Kafka. Out of Tolstoy: Margaret Out of Dostoevsky: Kafka. Out of Tolstoy: Margaret Mitchell.
(in conversation, explaining his dislike for Tolstoy) — Joseph Brodsky
Kafka's Quotes By Franz Kafka: But what now if all the peace, the But what now if all the peace, the comfort, the contentment were to come to a horrible end? — Franz Kafka
Kafka's Quotes By Franz Kafka: Religions get lost as people do. Religions get lost as people do. — Franz Kafka
Kafka's Quotes By Franz Kafka: But now you must give me your hand, But now you must give me your hand, an agreement of this sort needs to be confirmed with a handshake. Will she shake hands with me? — Franz Kafka
Kafka's Quotes By Franz Kafka: All that you are seeking is also seeking All that you are seeking is also seeking you — Franz Kafka
Kafka's Quotes By Franz Kafka: If education tries to make other persons out If education tries to make other persons out of us than we essentially are, deeper inside, it stultifies, and reproach matters. — Franz Kafka
Kafka's Quotes By Franz Kafka: The moonlight lay everywhere with the natural peace The moonlight lay everywhere with the natural peace that is granted to no other light. — Franz Kafka
Kafka's Quotes By Gerard Depardieu: In Hollywood, you still have wonderful actors, but In Hollywood, you still have wonderful actors, but it's so hard to work there. To work becomes a Kafka nightmare - it's the last communist country! — Gerard Depardieu
Kafka's Quotes By Franz Kafka: Anybody who preserves the ability to recognize beauty Anybody who preserves the ability to recognize beauty will never get old. — Franz Kafka
Kafka's Quotes By Franz Kafka: A man doesn't need to fly to the A man doesn't need to fly to the sun, he need only find a patch of clean earth, and crawl there, and let the sun shine on him. — Franz Kafka
Kafka's Quotes By Franz Kafka: The founder brought the laws from the lawgiver; The founder brought the laws from the lawgiver; the faithful are meant to announce the laws to the lawgiver. — Franz Kafka
Kafka's Quotes By Franz Kafka: I am a cage, in search of a I am a cage, in search of a bird. — Franz Kafka
Kafka's Quotes By Franz Kafka: I can never tear myself open wide enough I can never tear myself open wide enough to people to reveal everything and so frighten them away. — Franz Kafka
Kafka's Quotes By Franz Kafka: I do not read advertisements. I would spend I do not read advertisements. I would spend all of my time wanting things. — Franz Kafka
Kafka's Quotes By Franz Kafka: The fact that there is nothing but a The fact that there is nothing but a spiritual world deprives us of hope and gives us certainty. — Franz Kafka
Kafka's Quotes By Franz Kafka: I asked myself at the time: how is I asked myself at the time: how is it that she is not astonished at herself, that she keeps her mouth closed, and expresses nothing of any wonderment? — Franz Kafka
Kafka's Quotes By Franz Kafka: Idleness is the beginning of all vice, the Idleness is the beginning of all vice, the crown of all virtues. — Franz Kafka
Kafka's Quotes By Italo Svevo: A novelist who ranks with Proust , Kafka A novelist who ranks with Proust , Kafka , Musil and his friend James Joyce as one of the enduring pillars of Modernism. — Italo Svevo
Kafka's Quotes By Franz Kafka: He had vented all his woes and now He had vented all his woes and now they might as well see the few rags that covered his body, after which they could carry him away. — Franz Kafka
Kafka's Quotes By Franz Kafka: It's only because of their stupidity that they're It's only because of their stupidity that they're able to be so sure of themselves. — Franz Kafka
Kafka's Quotes By Franz Kafka: I never imagined that so many days would I never imagined that so many days would ultimately make such a small life. — Franz Kafka
Kafka's Quotes By Franz Kafka: When one has once accepted and absorbed Evil, When one has once accepted and absorbed Evil, it no longer demands to be believed. — Franz Kafka
Kafka's Quotes By Franz Kafka: Everyone has his cross to bear. Everyone has his cross to bear. — Franz Kafka
Kafka's Quotes By Franz Kafka: I'm doing badly, I'm doing well; whichever you I'm doing badly, I'm doing well; whichever you prefer. — Franz Kafka
Kafka's Quotes By Franz Kafka: If there is a transmigration of souls then If there is a transmigration of souls then I am not yet on the bottom rung. My life is a hesitation before birth. — Franz Kafka
Kafka's Quotes By Franz Kafka: But sometimes I really felt as though the But sometimes I really felt as though the starry sky rose and fell with the gasping of his chest. — Franz Kafka
Kafka's Quotes By Franz Kafka: You misinterpret everything, even the silence. You misinterpret everything, even the silence. — Franz Kafka
Kafka's Quotes By Franz Kafka: Suffering is the positive element in this world, Suffering is the positive element in this world, indeed it is the only link between this world and the positive. — Franz Kafka
Kafka's Quotes By Franz Kafka: One advantage in keeping a diary is that One advantage in keeping a diary is that you become aware with reassuring clarity of the changes which you constantly suffer. — Franz Kafka
Kafka's Quotes By Franz Kafka: Believing in progress does not mean believing that Believing in progress does not mean believing that any progress has yet been made. — Franz Kafka
Kafka's Quotes By Franz Kafka: Isolation is a way to know ourselves Isolation is a way to know ourselves — Franz Kafka
Kafka's Quotes By Franz Kafka: I am not at peace with myself; I I am not at peace with myself; I am not always "something," and if for once I am "something," I pay for it by "being nothing" for months on end. — Franz Kafka
Kafka's Quotes By Franz Kafka: True undoubting is the teacher's part, continual undoubting True undoubting is the teacher's part, continual undoubting the part of the pupil. — Franz Kafka
Kafka's Quotes By Franz Kafka: As far as I have seen, at school As far as I have seen, at school ... they aimed at blotting out one's individuality. — Franz Kafka
Kafka's Quotes By Haruki Murakami: Things change every day, Mr Nakata. With each Things change every day, Mr Nakata. With each new dawn it's not the same world as the day before. And you're not the same person you were, either. — Haruki Murakami
Kafka's Quotes By Jeb Bush: If you have to deal with our friends If you have to deal with our friends at ICE, Immigration and Customs Enforcement, it's like a Kafka novel. Files just disappear. — Jeb Bush
Kafka's Quotes By Franz Kafka: It's impossible to defend oneself in the absence It's impossible to defend oneself in the absence of goodwill — Franz Kafka
Kafka's Quotes By Franz Kafka: Some books seem like a key to unfamiliar Some books seem like a key to unfamiliar rooms in one's own castle. — Franz Kafka
Kafka's Quotes By Franz Kafka: Adam's first domestic pet after the expulsion from Adam's first domestic pet after the expulsion from Paradise was the serpent. — Franz Kafka
Kafka's Quotes By Franz Kafka: You can choose to be free , but You can choose to be free , but it's last decision you'll ever make — Franz Kafka
Kafka's Quotes By Franz Kafka: I am free and that's why I am I am free and that's why I am lost — Franz Kafka
Kafka's Quotes By Haruki Murakami: I know. It's easy to forget things you I know. It's easy to forget things you don't need anymore."

Excerpt From: Haruki Murakami. "Kafka on the Shore." iBooks. — Haruki Murakami
Kafka's Quotes By Haruki Murakami: Every single day, each time I see her Every single day, each time I see her face, see her, it's utterly precious. — Haruki Murakami
Kafka's Quotes By Franz Kafka: Today one may pluck out one's very heart Today one may pluck out one's very heart and not find it. — Franz Kafka
Kafka's Quotes By Franz Kafka: Like tired dogs they stand there,because they use Like tired dogs they stand there,
because they use up all their strength
in remaining upright in one's memory. — Franz Kafka
Kafka's Quotes By Franz Kafka: What's happened to me,' he thought. It was What's happened to me,' he thought. It was no dream. — Franz Kafka
Kafka's Quotes By Franz Kafka: You see, Willem, he admits he doesn't know You see, Willem, he admits he doesn't know the law, and at the same time claims he's innocent. — Franz Kafka
Kafka's Quotes By Franz Kafka: It's characteristic of this judicial system that a It's characteristic of this judicial system that a man is condemned not only when he's innocent but also in ignorance. — Franz Kafka
Kafka's Quotes By Franz Kafka: Don Quixote's misfortune is not his imagination, but Don Quixote's misfortune is not his imagination, but Sancho Panza. — Franz Kafka
Kafka's Quotes By Franz Kafka: Look at this, Willem, he admits he doesn't Look at this, Willem, he admits he doesn't know the law and at the same time insists he's innocent. — Franz Kafka
Kafka's Quotes By Franz Kafka: Nothing, you know, gives the body greater satisfaction Nothing, you know, gives the body greater satisfaction than ordering people about, or at least believing in one's ability to do so. — Franz Kafka
Kafka's Quotes By Franz Kafka: I ought to be able to invent words I ought to be able to invent words capable of blowing the odor of corpses in a direction other than straight into mine and the reader's face. — Franz Kafka
Kafka's Quotes By Ellen Hart: She tells everyone she's an introvert." Cordelia sniffed. She tells everyone she's an introvert." Cordelia sniffed. "It's a sad, psychological malady. Comes from reading way too much Kafka. — Ellen Hart
Kafka's Quotes By Franz Kafka: It's always questionable to intervene decisively in strange It's always questionable to intervene decisively in strange circumstances. — Franz Kafka
Kafka's Quotes By Haruki Murakami: But thing in the past are like plate But thing in the past are like plate that's shattered to pieces. You can never put it back together like it was, right? — Haruki Murakami
Kafka's Quotes By William S. Wilson: Passionless is vulgar ("Metier: Why I Don't Write Passionless is vulgar ("Metier: Why I Don't Write Like Franz Kafka") — William S. Wilson