Synthesis on three stories by Lydia Davis, Franz Kafka and Nathaniel Hawthorne
“Think of the stories we’ve read so far. In Kafka, Davis and Hawthorne, people’s “character” seems “set.” They don’t change. The story doesn’t “develop” and change the character. Note WHERE we see that in the story. Do you think that is a kind of higher truth about human nature?” No sources. Not a summary.