More like Gramsci than Kafkab

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I wouldn’t have aspired to become a writer had I learnt the essential lesson from Franz Kafka at the right time.Kafka [from Wikipedia]Kafka didn’t want his works to be published because he wrote for his personal satisfaction, out of some sort of compulsion, and he didn’t think his writings were good enough for others to read. But the world is lucky that he didn’t dump them. He entrusted them with Max Brod, his friend and writer, with the request to burn them after hi...

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Tomichan Matheikal

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