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THE METAMPORPHOSIS ESSAY The Metamorphosis is a disturbing novella by Franz Kafka All his life Gregor goes into a business which he hates the most He is a young traveling salesman who needs to work for a company to pay off a huge debt for family One day when Gregor Samsa awakes one morning finding himself transforming into a giant bug Gregors life is about to change from that moment on Soon Gregors struggle will become more difficult for him and that will make all the different The theme is mainly focus on the limit of human love which Gregor is about to go through Gregor is totally terrified from his circumstance Turning into a giant bug would be the last thing that will go into his mind He is isolated into a room without any help because his body wont allow him to do so In Gregors perspective the most important thing that he needs in his life is the support from his family The family is shock after finding out Gregor is a bug The family shows some kind of sympathy toward Gregor in a way that all family will do if we were caught in a situation like Gregor They are trying to help him out of his room and provide all the possible need that he wants As the time goes by the love for Gregor is about to vanish disappear into a thin air They cant no longer recognize Gregor anymore They think of him as an insect and Gregor is just a bug Nobody wants to associate themselves with an insect which is lowly creature or a pest in our world The one scene that stands out the most is when Gregors sister Grete starts to complain about Gregors behavior Such as causing the apartment to fall apart because of his enormous dirty body Grete did whatever she can to help at first However the love
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