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Investigations of a Dog By Franz Kafka,

  • Title: Investigations of a Dog
  • Author: Franz Kafka
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  • Page: 462
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  • Investigations of a Dog German Forschungen eines Hundes is a short story by Franz Kafka written in 1922 It was published posthumously in Beim Bau der Chinesischen Mauer Berlin, 1931 The first English translation by Willa and Edwin Muir was published by Martin Secker in London in 1933 It appeared in The Great Wall of China Stories and Reflections New York Sch Investigations of a Dog German Forschungen eines Hundes is a short story by Franz Kafka written in 1922 It was published posthumously in Beim Bau der Chinesischen Mauer Berlin, 1931 The first English translation by Willa and Edwin Muir was published by Martin Secker in London in 1933 It appeared in The Great Wall of China Stories and Reflections New York Schocken Books, 1946 1 Told from the perspective of a dog, the story concerns the nature and limits of knowledge, by way of the dog s inquiries into the practices of his culture Investigations of a Dog was written in September and October 1922, soon after Kafka ended work on his unfinished novel The Castle Similar to other Kafka stories such as A Report to an Academy , Josephine the Singer , and The Burrow , the protagonist is an animal.
    Investigations of a Dog Investigations of a Dog German Forschungen eines Hundes is a short story by Franz Kafka written in It was published posthumously in Beim Bau der Chinesischen Mauer Berlin The first English

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    1. There is another review in Arabic after this review What is the use of science and researches in the details as long as the nature is generous and simply give without a need for this research , And what is the feasibility of science in exchange for knowledge gained by humanity over the centuries Then , what is the feasibility of it in front of the greed of some people in the end , wich does not require to all those science and research to face it , So the writer wonders through deep philosophica [...]

    2. Not the best of Kafka A satire on scientific methods and too much dependence on logic in order to discover the truth The dogs are too unable to see presence of a higher intelligence in form of human beings perhaps are unwilling to even think of it just as human atheists are unwilling to see chance of existence of a higher intelligence than themselves.Also perhaps Kafka is satirizing his own methods It is something that narrator said about the dogs not speaking which interest me Kafka must have f [...]

    3. Fazla d nmeketen art k kafay biraz bozmu , varolu u bir k pe in bulgular Kafka yaz nca elbette kafkaesk oluyor K pe in bilimsel g zlem yoluyla elde edemedi i bilgiler ironik, mesela yeme in dans ve m zik sayesinde olu tu unu san yor yani insanlara havlad k a yemek olu uyor Ama bunu anlayam yor bir t rl.Biz de kim bilir neleri anlayam yoruz Son g nlerde, hayat ma yak ndan bakmaktan, mutlaka i lemi oldu um o kesin, temel hatay aramaktan gittik e daha bir ho lan r oldum bulam yorum onu Ama mutlaka [...]

    4. Faulty logic and flawed reasoning8 June 2014 I think it is correct to say that with this particular short story you sort of wonder whether you should be laughing I never pictured Kafka as being a comic of any sort, though this and Metamorphosis just have this really strange feel about them in that the concept is in one sense really bizarre, and in another sense so absurd you simply just want to laugh However, unlike Metamorphosis, this particular story does not come anywhere near being what I wo [...]

    5. I read it translated by Willa and Edwin Muir.I liked it in the beginning but after ten pages i feel like and so , it looks like an article than a story At the end you like the idea and that s all.

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