In his book, “The Metamorphosis”, Franz Kafka exemplifies the translation of personal beliefs of existentialism.The author gives a haunting story of an individual who transformed from being a human being to an insect.It is known as one of the pioneering works of the novel of the 20th century and is being studied at universities and universities in western European countries.
In his book, “The Metamorphosis”, Franz Kafka exemplifies the translation of personal beliefs of existentialism.
The key themes in the book include isolation, self-sacrifice, workplace alienation, and father and son antagonism (perhaps portraying the difficult relationship between Kafka and his father).
Kafka’s story is at times praised for several reasons: its three-part structure, its symmetrical, its symbols (like the music Gregor's sister plays and the lady in furs), and its use of black humor.
It demonstrates how an individual can have the capabilities of teaching others numerous lessons, just by being who he is.
This study will focus on giving a general book overview and specific reasons as to why no one tried to cure Gregor Samsa after he turned into an insect.
Franz Kafka's "transformation" begins with Gregor as an excrement wakened from his uneasy dreams.