Franz Kafka Quote

That is what people are like in my district. Always expecting the impossible from the doctor. They have lost their ancient beliefs; the parson sits at home and unravels his vestments, one for another; but the doctor is supposed to be omnipotent with his merciful surgeon's hands. Well, as it pleases them; I have not thrust my services on them.


The Complete Stories, A Country Doctor (p. 224)

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That is what people are like in my district. Always expecting the impossible from the doctor. They have lost their ancient beliefs; the parson sits...

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That is what people are like in my district. Always expecting the impossible from the doctor. They have lost their ancient beliefs; the parson sits...

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That is what people are like in my district. Always expecting the impossible from the doctor. They have lost their ancient beliefs; the parson sits...

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That is what people are like in my district. Always expecting the impossible from the doctor. They have lost their ancient beliefs; the parson sits...