by Franz KafkaEdition statement:1st ed. Published by : Vintage Physical details: 298 ISBN:74939952.
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A study of relationships particularly between the individual and society and between thought and action, The Castle is one of Kafka's most profoundly imaginative works. As fear and worry develop in a series of strangely illogical events and man's quest for freedom heightens, this classic novel confirms Kafka's reputation as one of the greatest creators of visionary fiction this century.