A Comparison of Terry Gilliam’s “Brazil” to Kafka’s “The Castle”
How does one define an adult? The simplest way to answer this is to oppose the concept of adulthood to that of childhood. So an adult is someone who has stopped being a child. But, in this regard, another completely justified question arises – how does one define a child?
It seems simple enough from all standpoints: a child is an immature person, meaning he is yet to reach maturity due to his age. Therefore, the difference between a child and an adult is greatly dependent upon the Continue reading...