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Solitude and Isolation in "The Metamorphosis" and "Perfume"

Summary: In Franz Kafka's "The Metamorphosis" and Patrick Suskind's "Perfume" society's materialistic, shallow, and generally ignorant nature forces humans into an insect-like existence of solitude and isolation.
Generally, upon finishing the last page of a book, the reader automatically decides whether they like it or not. There is usually something in a novel that labels it a content "yes" or a horrified "no"; and then there are others that even with a thought-bending process cannot be placed in a perfectly neat little category. The latter are usually the ones that invoke some sort of thought and emotional feedback from the reader and upon completion provide the reader with a new outlook on an issue or some new truth to be dissected with a finely volatile scalpel. This type of work leaves the reader longing for a more refined explanation that makes them question their own beliefs and opinions. Franz Kafka and Peter Suskind do just that in their novels and imply that all-too-often society with its materialistic, shallow, and generally ignorant nature forces humans into...

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