Would it be right to say that if Joseph K. had learned law, he wouldn't have had to go through so much hardship in The Trial?
No, that would not be right. That's like asking If a doctor knows all about diseases, will that prevent him from ever getting a terminal illness? If that were possible, we'd all become doctors.
Kafka's view of the law in The Trial is that it is haphazard and reasonably unreasonable. This is because The Trial is as much about this...
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