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A Hunger Artist

A Hunger Artist


by Franz Kafka

A Hunger Artist: Themes (For the Most Part) True or False

1. Who is isolated? -> Exceptional people
2. What is considered an art form in this story? -> Dance
3. The most obvious suffering is through -> Claustrophobia
4. Which line is blurred? -> Man and woman
5. Whether the artist starves himself out of choice or necessity is which theme? -> Life, consciousness