|Abstract||Kafka engages early-20th-century German-speaking cognitive theory, semantics, and propositional belief construction in his fictions, thus fusing perceptual/descriptive 19thth-century 'realism' with literary modernism's aspectual perspectivism and subjectivism.|
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