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The Metamorphosis by Franz Kafka is about the ultimate betrayal and rejection of an individual by his family and the society Before Gregors metamorphosis his life consisted of working and providing for his family He worked as a travel sales man working long hours which did not allow him to live his own life Gregor did not like job because he could no longer tolerate his boss because he always disapprove of him in whatever he had done The only reason why Gregor accepted his boss dissatisfaction were because his family had to pay off a debt If it wasnt for that he would have departed a long time ago When Gregor awaked one morning he found out he was no longer a human being but a monstrous vermin In the beginning he thought it was a dream and if he were to go back to sleep he would be back to normal However this will be the day Gregors life changed forever He was in a total state of shock wondering how would he manage going to work and facing his boss Gregor knew if he didnt show up the Chief Clerk would arrive to his house to inquire why he hadnt come to work Little did he know the Chief Clerk had arrive at his house asking his parents why havent their son come to work During his transformation Gregor acknowledge he could no longer talk so he decided to show himself to his parents and the Chief Clerk When he open the door and reveal his new identity Mrs Samsa Gregors mother passed out on to the floor The Chief Clerk proceeded to the door leaving his belongings behind wanted nothing to do with Gregor Mr Samsa Gregors father chased this so called bug his son back into his room In addition to Gregors alteration the family and society went through a metamorphosis too adjusting to Gregors new identity The
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