Plain Speaking

Büchler, Pavel

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published on the occasion of the exhibition ‘What Happened To Social Democracy?’ at Rooseum in Malmö, 2005, this booklet presents a fragment from Franz Kafka’s The Castle in which the condescending Landlady explains to protagonist K. why he is an insignificant nobody not worth listening to compared to the men in power; as such, the fragment is in fact a concise description of the novel’s dystopic power structure and system of social alienation and segregation, the sentiments expressed in the fragment are further abridged in short poems, illustrated with little stick figures, all text in German, English and Swedish, stapled, 17 x 11 cm, 10 not numbered pages, Malmö 2005