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Analysis of “The Metamorphosis” by Franz Kafka
In this essay, we shall do a brief analysis on some parts of Franz Kafka’s Metamorphosis. In order to do a thorough analysis, we shall address the question asked directly.
No characters, Gregor included, try to determine how to cure Gregor. What does this suggest about Gregor’s transformation and how does it affect the reader’s interpretation of the story?There is not a straight answer to this question since the book does not provide a concrete answer to this particular question. For instance, there is not a part of the book where Gregor or his family try to discover a cure for Gregor’s condition “However, now both his father and his mother often waited in front of Gregor’s door while his sister cleaned up inside, and as soon as she came out she had to explain in detail how things looked in the room, what Gregor had eaten, how he had behaved this time, and whether perhaps a slight improvement was perceptible.” (Kafka 50). As we can see, this presents us a different problem because this means that his parents are starting to accept his identity as a bug, instead of seeking for a way to revert him to his former state. In a different light, if we see the life Gregor lived before turning into a bug. The life of a travelling salesman is not an easy life, and he had to work incredibly hard to get little money to support his family. Besides, he is give…
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