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The TrialFrom the novel The Trial we are able to see the author Kafka questioning the thought of justice and law and the relationship between the two. Therefore, because law is supposed to be just, he expects to see other forms and higher levels of justice intervene for the oppressed when an unfair law or an unjust law is passed. But the author visions the law as such an abstract idea that can never get involved into the issues of less fortunate human beings. One may look at this from this perspective; that even though part of the U.S founding documents quote that all human beings are and should be treated as equal the world is not comprised of equal people.Kafkas novel is more of an allegory simply because the novel brings out the aspect of single-individual struggle with the government/ unspecified law (law in general) instead of giving us a rather concrete political issue for

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