Men Without Women: Stories - Samsa in Love Summary & Analysis

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“Samsa in Love” is told from the third-person perspective. The story begins when an obscur entity is transformed into Gregor Samsa and wakes up naked in an empty room with the window boarded up. Samsa was unused to his human body, but felt a ravenous hunger, so he got out of bed and tried to walk, which was difficult to do. He made his way through the empty house and found a dining room with four places set. He sat down and ate all the food.

When he finished eating he realized he was cold. Something made him think that he needed to put clothes on. He looked outside and saw people dressed in clothing, then went upstairs and found a dressing gown that he put on. He wondered why he had not been born as something logical like a fish or...

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