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Acceptance

Summary: Analysis of Franz Kafka's The Metamorphosis.
When Gregor Samsa woke up one morning, he found himself transformed. There is one major message behind Franz Kafka's The Metamorphosis. Kafka shows this message by turning Gregor into a dung beetle and giving him the hardest life as a "vermin." The message is that all humans have a need for acceptance.

One form of acceptance is communication. "Did you understand a word of it"" the chief clerk was asking; "surely [Gregor] can't be trying to make fools of us"" (Part I). When you cannot understand someone, you misinterpret what he or she is trying to say. Gregor was trying to tell his boss he was going to be at work in a few minutes. People also need communication to tell others their needs and when they are appreciated. "If he could have spoken to her and thanked her for all she had to do for him, he...

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