recommended reading


German author Franz Kafka‘s

story “A Hunger Artist” explores individual

perspective on the meaning

(or lack thereof) in life, nourishment of

the soul through chosen art forms, and

other thought-provoking themes.

Although published in 1922, its existential nature

makes for amaranthine connection to the human condition.



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