Cockroaches are people too! And they are kind of cute, don’t you think. Until there is one crawling around your kitchen floor. Then it’s not so cute after all. Not in real life.
Anna and Johnson are discussing The Metamorphosis by Franz Kafka. The topic for Anna’s theoretical essay is whether Kafka would kill a cockroach.
But a theoretical cockroach is one thing. A real one is quite another. But what if the cockroach is really a person?
“One read of Kafka and you’re both crawling up the walls of your own insanity.” Another fun radio play from my favourite podcast.
Produced by Cat on a Piano Productions
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