The Trial

  • von Franz Kafka, Mike Mitchell (translator)
  • Sprecher: Scott Brick
  • 8 Std. 56 Min.
  • ungekürztes Hörbuch


One of the great works of the 20th century, Kafka's The Trial has been read as a study of political power, a pessimistic religious parable, or a crime novel where the accused man is himself the problem. In it, a man wakes up one morning to find himself under arrest for an offence which is never explained. Faced with this ambiguous but threatening situation, Josef K. gradually succumbs to its psychological pressure.
One of the iconic figures of modern world literature, Kafka writes about universal problems of guilt, responsibility, and freedom. He offers no solutions, but provokes his readers to arrive at meanings of their own. Mike Mitchell's translation captures Kafka's distinctive style. Based on the best available German text, it includes not only the main text but the chapters Kafka left incomplete.


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Love it. Scott Brick is also making the difference. I am already looking for other audios narrated by him. about The Trial what could I add more, it is one of my favourite lectures and it surely made an impact on my view about freewill, liberties, self-guilt, society, obedience, trust, corruption. I mean this masterpiece is covering in a way or another essential aspects of our life, how we relate with the society, institutions as part of our defined mechanism in society and finally how we relate to our inner selves...
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- Paul Bogdan

Weitere Infos zum Titel

  • Erscheinungsdatum: 16.11.2012
  • Verlag: Audible Studios