the Jewish tradition, it is also true that the tradition from which the Jewish religion is derived also does its own selective reading and interpretation. As far as Kafka is concerned, he neither had a traditional upbringing nor any sort of Jewish education, traditional, Zionist or otherwise. If Kafka's writings could be said to have Jewish character, it was only divined from his own spiritual temperment.
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