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Es waren andere Zeiten. Es war die leichteste Sache von der Welt. Warum hatte diese Menge, die ihn so sehr zu bewundern vorgab, so wenig Geduld mit ihm; wenn er es aushielt, noch weiter zu hungern, warum wollte sie es nicht aushalten? Aber dann geschah, was immer geschah. Was die Folge der vorzeitigen Beendigung des Hungerns war, stellte man hier als die Ursache dar! Ein kleines Hindernis allerdings, ein immer kleiner werdendes Hindernis. Doch vergingen wieder viele Tage, und auch das nahm ein Ende.

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Thus we have only a vague sense of something unusual. The result of this tension between the quasi-historical investigation and the strangeness of its object is irony. It is here presented in terms of the continued confrontation of the hunger artist with his overseers and his audience. Like all parables, it has a firm basis but is open to more than one interpretation. That it is told from the point of view not of the hero, but of an independent personage outside the plot, is not an argument against this statement. Is it Kafka, the teller of the story, viewing the fate of Kafka, the hunger artist?


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Ein Hungerk√ľnstler

The hunger artist was buried with the straw of his cage and replaced by a panther. Edit Details Official Sites: Seemingly overnight, popular tastes changed and public fasting went out of fashion. Before he died he asked forgiveness and confessed that he should not be admired, since the reason he fasted was simply that he could not find food to his liking. The hunger artist performed in a cage for the curious spectators, and was attended by teams of watchers usually three butchers who ensured that he was not secretly eating.


The Metamorphosis and Other Stories

Plot[ edit ] "A Hunger Artist" is told retrospectively through third-person narration. The narrator looks back several decades from "today", to a time when the public marveled at the professional hunger artist. It then depicts the waning interest in such displays. The story begins with a general description of "the hunger artist" and then narrows in on a single performer, the protagonist.

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