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Old 02-16-2017, 01:09 AM   #8
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Originally Posted by OLChemist View Post
Wenn man doch ein Indianer wäre, gleich bereit, und auf dem rennenden Pferde, schief in der Luft, immer wieder kurz erzitterte über dem zitternden Boden, bis man die Sporen ließ, denn es gab keine Sporen, bis man die Zügel wegwarf, denn es gab keine Zügel, und kaum das Land vor sich als glattgemähte Heide sah, schon ohne Pferdehals und Pferdekopf.

-Franz Kafka, 1913. (from Wikipedia)

Ich Bin Ein Indianer (article is in English)
Ich bin kein Indianer.

Um Kafka zu zitieren sollte man Kafka in Deutsch interpretiren können. Das ist selbst unter uns mehr als umstritten. Kafka war Pflichtlektüre am Gymnasium und wir konnten uns nie einigen wie Kafka zu interpretieren ist. Die Meinung des Lehrers war dann per Ordre Mufti die am Ende "Richtige" Interpretation.

PS: War Sie nicht. Es war seine Meinung, nicht meine.
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