He emerges from the horrors with a Kafkaesque account of life in the Chinese jails.
Yet if his lonely experience in prison could be called Kafkaesque, then so too could his life before he was sentenced.
In this Kafkaesque twist of the legal system, Maria is a victim indelibly marked as a criminal.
Unlike marriage generally, however, the process of ending a same-sex marriage can be a Kafkaesque experience.
Being a black man is often Kafkaesque, and this situation definitely is.
The fact is that only by assuming false identities, through bribery and deception, could people survive that Kafkaesque nightmare.
Political pressure, economic resources and the ability to navigate into a Kafkaesque bureaucracy play a determinant role.
Her Kafkaesque argument: she is targeting corrupt Democratic politicians and investigating others.
David Choe must have had a Kafkaesque morning, waking up to find himself changed in his bed into a monstrous millionaire.
It is a Kafkaesque, sealed universe in which nothing is, as it appears to be.
1947, resembling situations from the writings of Franz Kafka (1883-1924), German-speaking Jewish novelist born in Prague, Austria-Hungary. The surname is Czech German, literally "jackdaw," imitative.