The Metamorphosis Essay | Essay

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The Metamorphosis: Change, Existentialism, and Big Nasty Bugs

Summary: Franz Kafka's book The Metamorphosis exemplifies the translation of Kafka's personal philosophy of existentialism into his writing. Kafka clearly projected his personal philosophies onto Gregor, and he projected his perception of others' analyses of him onto the other characters in the story.
How often do people awaken to find their lives drastically changed? In today's fast-paced world, this has been a growing phenomenon for many individuals. However, rarely does any person undergo an alteration as extreme as Gregor Samsa, the protagonist of Franz Kafka's The Metamorphosis. Because the trials of the novella are largely metaphorical in nature, they are strongly influenced by the opinion and nature of the author. Franz Kafka's personal philosophy of existentialism especially pertains to the characters of The Metamorphosis in a very deep manner.

It is very reasonable to conclude that Kafka sees himself in the role of Gregor in the novella. Kafka's way of thinking things through very slowly and deliberately to eventually arrive at the most practical solution for any problem he was faced with can be evidenced in the behaviors of the transformed Gregor. For example, Gregor would often take hours upon hours...

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