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The Repugnance of Society's Nature through Misprioritization

Summary: Describes how the repugnant nature of society is depicted in Kafka's "The Metamorphosis." Explores how Kafka reveals the repugnant nature of society through the theme of misprioritization and it's degrading effect on society, it's tendency to create distorted ideas, and because it evolves a lack of sympathy and compassion.
Kafka's "Metamorphosis" (1915) runs with themes of misprioritization

throughout the whole novella. The repetition of this topic emphasizes its importance in the book. In this essay, I will prove that utilizing this concept, Kafka reveals the repugnant nature of society through the theme of misprioritization and it's degrading effect on society, it's tendency to create distorted ideas, and because it evolves a lack of sympathy and compassion.

Misprioritization is degrading to society. After Gregor Samsa transforms into a "monstrous vermin," (Kafka, ) he lies in bed contemplating about his job, money that he is earning for his family and about sending his sister to a conservatory to study music. "If I didn't hold back for my parents' sake, I would have quit long ago, I would have marched up to the boss..." (Kafka, 4). Gregor hates his job but he thinks about his work and about the family's financial well-being purely...

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