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A Hunger Artist

A Hunger Artist


by Franz Kafka

A Hunger Artist Suffering Quotes

How we cite our quotes: (Paragraph) We used Stanley Corngold's translation.

Quote #10

Those were his last words, but his shattered gaze retained the firm, if no longer proud, conviction that he was still starving. (9)

At the moment of his death, the hunger artist no longer has the desire for fame and glory that caused him so much mental anguish over his career.

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