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The Castle


Kafka’s existential insight is still as poignant today as it was in the late nineteenth-century when he wrote. The Castle addresses the modern problem of the enormous gulf that separates us from God. Instead of a clearly accessible God, there exists a no-man’s land of shadow and illusion, in which roam clerics and bureaucrats that present themselves as surrogates and gatekeepers to God.

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