5 comments on “Living Inside the Story.

  1. Wow truly touching. I feel like picking this up now, that is great that someone would do that.

  2. Glad you liked it, Damian. Pretty inspirational, isn’t it? Especially when you bear in mind that Kafka was dying of tuberculosis at the time.

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  4. A wonderful and touching story. The sort of story that, if it isn’t true, should be.
    Then I think of today. And the automatic assumptions which would be made about an adult continually meeting a child in a playground.
    Different times. But are these better?

  5. I’d have to say, Archie, that, in this respect, no, I don’t believe these are better times. The suspicion is understandable, obviously, but it’s sad nonetheless. All the sadder because it is so necessary.

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