EXPERIMENT NO. 2: IF LITERATURE IS A LIVING DEVICE, LITERATURE IS A DOG. IN THAT CASE:

Don’t let it beg when I sit at the table (heavenly or not).

It shouldn’t bark when someone knocks at the door, but it should bark when strangers approach in the darkness; in the best case, it has a sixth sense for dangers.

It should bite the aggressor when I’m attacked. It may die in a fight, which is sad, however Fido is replaceable. (Think about Schopenhauer and his dachshund named “eternal breath” – when it died, the salesman Schopenhauer replaced it with a new one.)

After all, it can be loved and serves the family; most children feel safe when it’s near.

It shouldn’t live in the basement, but it sleeps quietly, when there are humans around.

Purebreds are designed to die young and suffer from many diseases.

 

TIM KÖNIG

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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