The room itself doesn't have any decorations at all, except for a small oil painting, a realistic portrait of a young boy by the shore...The boy looks about twelve or so, and he's wearing a white sunhat and sitting on a small deck chair. His elbow's on one of the arms of the chair, his chin resting in his hand. He looks a little sad, but kind of pleased, too. A black German shepherd sits next to the boy, like he's guarding him. In the background is the sea and a couple of other people, but they're too far away to make out their faces. A small island's visible, and a few fist-shaped clouds float over the water. Most definitely a summer scene.
Monday, August 22, 2005
Kafka by the Shore
Posted by Matt Christie at 4:28 PM