Kafkaesque definition

  • adjective:
    • Of or associated with Franz Kafka or his writings.
    • Marked by unique distortion and sometimes a sense of impending danger: "Kafkaesque dreams associated with the impassive interrogation, the untrue trial, the confiscated passport . . . haunt his purityā€¯ ( Brand New Yorker).
    • Marked by a senseless, disorienting, often menacing complexity.
    • Marked by surreal distortion and frequently a feeling of impending risk.
    • in how of some thing authored by Franz Kafka.
    • Frightening, threating, and bewildering in a vague and unexplicable means; -- of situations or regulations. Usually regularly explain illogical bureaucratic entanglements without any reasonable solution.
    • associated with or perhaps in the manner of Franz Kafka or his writings
    • described as surreal distortion and a sense of impending danger

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