Franz Kafka is famous for many things.
He wrote a story where the central character “. . . awoke one morning from uneasy dreams [and] found himself transformed in his bed into a gigantic insect.”
He wrote “The Trial”, where a man was arrested one morning while (again) still in bed. He was accused of a crime, but was never told what the crime was. Throughout the novel, the man tries to find out his crime. but never does. His quest does not end well.
In the real world, Kafka invented the first safety helmet for workers.
And then, there is arguably his most famous written work, his “Letter To My Father”, detailing his father’s rough and uncaring treatment toward him.
Franz gave the letter to his mother to give to his father.
She never did.
Which is why Franz gave it to her. He knew she never would.