2018.06.03 Kafka, when you can't cope with life while you are alive, you should use one hand to shield the despair that surrounds your destiny, and at the same time, write down everything you see in the ruins with the other hand. Kafka. Today, 94 years ago, Kafka died on June 3. The "bian pool" at the entrance of the exhibition hall is a map of Czech Republic. There is absurd music in the museum. The whole atmosphere is gloomy and relaxed. I've only seen a metamorphosis book, but I still stand here and buy tickets to pay tribute to the master. Perhaps people who don't know Kafka need to go in and have a look. There are many valuable materials and manuscripts in it. Photographs are banned in the museum. Like the Czech public transport system, it relies solely on conscious Czech moles, Prague Square and Kafka (the Czech impression of an ignorant woman).
Kafka is a Jew, Jew in Europe is such a minority group: IQ is unpredictable, cold, rich, can be said to be the top of the human pyramid, so the most vulnerable. Kafka's works are dark and deep, it is difficult to exhaust. It seems absurd, but in essence, it is the prophecy of decades after his death.
Kafka Museum. Museum is expensive, and then very detailed, Kafka's seven aunts and eight aunts can talk about a room, Kafka's route to school when he was a child can talk about half a room, his love story about a room... I haven't read any books. I'm a fake fan sister.
The biggest feature of the museum is that everything is very small. It is like walking into a small country, which makes me feel too small for me. There are castles, circuses, playgrounds, classrooms, factories, communities, and everywhere there is a small world. There are dozens of model rooms in the museum, each of which can be called a luxury house, even the kitchen is amazing!
This Kafka Memorial Museum, our own literary research is not much. But an artistic statue at the entrance of the Kafka Museum caught our attention. A pair of men who urinate, and that part is very large and obvious, do not know what to mean. There is a bear biscuit at the entrance of the Kafka Museum. You can try it. It's sweet.
The best place to learn about the life of this generation of literary giant is in this museum, but there are no photographs. The museum is near the Volvatar River, not far from the Charlie Bridge. Swans, pigeons and ducks often gather around the riverside to feed and play with tourists. Smart birds are interesting to the beautiful buildings on the other side, and the setting sun is really intoxicating.
There is a Kafka Museum on Kompa Island, which is accessible from the small town square. The design outside the museum is unique. There is a naked man sculpture with a body rotatable in segments and a souvenir shop with a big K mark. But there is always a slightly eerie atmosphere and sound effect in the museum. Perhaps the Kafka that the Museum designers understand is the effect.
The sculptures at the entrance of the Kafka Museum are very characteristic. The museum also has Chinese explanations. The exhibition is rich in content. It can provide a comprehensive understanding of Kafka, the real life world of Kafka and the world depicted by Kafka's novels.
The Kafka Museum uses ISIC Student Card tickets of 120 kroner to buy tickets at the souvenir shop opposite the Museum. It's a bit gloomy, not big, but the layout is very creative, and basically all can understand in English. You can learn about Kafka's life, representative works and so on. It's worth seeing!