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Don Quixote
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Sisyphus
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Don Quixote
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  • And now it is the time; from Hell’s abyss Come thirsting Tantalus, come Sisyphus Heaving the cruel stone, come Tityus With vulture, and with wheel Ixion come, And come the sisters of the ceaseless toil; And all into this breast transfer their pains, And (if such tribute to despair be due) Chant in their deepest tones a doleful dirge Over a corse unworthy of a shroud.

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  • Frederick Karl referred to Kafka as like Sisyphus:  "The man who struggled to reach the heights only to be thrown down to the depths embodied all of Kafka’s aspirations..."
  • What would not a man give, O judges, to be able to examine the leader of the great Trojan expedition; or Odysseus or Sisyphus, or numberless others, men and women too!
    Plato  --  The Apology

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