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Isolation in "The Plague" and "The Metamorphosis"

Summary: Compares isolation in Albert Camus' "The Plague" and Franz Kafka's "The Metamorphosis."
Isolation is the state of being separated from a person or a group. With over six billion people on the earth, it seems impossible for a single person to be alone. One tries to fathom how a person could be without someone close to turn to in time of need or loneliness. However, everyone knows of the person who is always lonely and never talks to anyone; they live in a world of solitude and have a family that shows little or no affection towards them. In the literary works The Plague by Albert Camus and The Metamorphosis by Franz Kafka, the theme of isolation is presented heavily to display the effects that estrangement has on a person during the most crucial times in one's life. These effects on the people in both novels are the desire to escape, the spread of infection...

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