Vinovatul fără vină (Franz Kafka)
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TARABURCA, Emilia. Vinovatul fără vină (Franz Kafka). In: Intertext . 2012, nr. 1-2(22), pp. 155-162. ISSN 1857-3711.
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Numărul 1-2(22) / 2012 / ISSN 1857-3711

Vinovatul fără vină (Franz Kafka)

Pag. 155-162

Taraburca Emilia
 
Universitatea de Stat din Moldova
 
Disponibil în IBN: 16 decembrie 2013


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Franz Kafka – est un écrivain allemand, originaire de Prague, pendant la vie il n’a pas été très connu, mais après sa mort, au milieu du XXe siècle, grâce à la situation sociopolitique, il commence à être perçu comme prophète d’un nouvel ordre existentialiste (inclusivement comme précurseur de la littérature existentialiste) qui présente l’homme qui souffre (il voit cela comme une norme), qui se sent toujours coupable (d’une façon objective, il n’avait aucune faute), dominé par la Loi, vulnérable, étranger, condamné à la retraite et à la défaite. L’argument de cette philosophie se trouve dans les circonstances de la vie, dans la biographie de F. Kafka aussi.

Franz Kafka (1883 - 1924), a Czech novelist who wrote in German, was almost unknown during his lifetime. However, not so long after his death, mainly in the middle of the XXth century and by virtue of that period social-political situation, the writer began to be perceived as a new existentialist order prophet (and as an existentialist literature forerunner inclusively) who presents a man that suffers (and sees in this almost a norm), that feels permanently guilty (but being not guilty, in reality), that is governed by Law, vulnerable, alienated, condemned to retreat and defeat. The arguments of this philosophy can be also traced in F. Kafka’s life circumstances, his biography.

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existence, man, philosophy, parable,

existentialism