Saturday, August 30, 2008

Kafka's tunnel

"Seen with the tainted earthly eye, we find ourselves in the situation of rail passengers in the midst of an accident in a long tunnel, and this at a point where the light at the beginning of the tunnel can no longer be seen, while the light at the end of the tunnel is so small that the eye constantly seeks and loses it, such that the beginning and end are not even certain. But in the confusion of the senses, and their overwroughtness, we have all kinds of monsters all around us, and depending on the mood and injury of each, the kaleidoscopic patterns either excite or exhaust us."



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