Two Stories Distorted
Reproduction of a short story [A Hunger Artist] by Franz Kafka
Through the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, artists attracted attention and sympathy from supporters and donors through fasting.
Artists went out onto the streets to fast for a maximum of 40 days waiting for supports and grants that contributed to the completion of their artworks during this period.
One of those artists talked about this kind of speculative relation. He said: artists will settle in the green zone, which is a colonial settlement, under the agreement that they can have access to the books, manuscript and documents that help artists in their artistic research and projects. In turn, the colonialists will use the artists as a conduit towards a Midas touch.
Reproduction of a short story [Jackals and Arabs] by Franz Kafka and proof that Kafka knows more than me: