The Test (short story)

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The Test is a short story by Franz Kafka. It consists of a conversation between two men. The test referred to in the mind of one of the men, who sees if the other behaves the way he expects. The story has been described as an exercise in "question questioning."[1]


  1. ^ 17. "Kafka, or the Existentiality of Questioning". M. Meyer. Questions and Questioning, 1988.