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disposes of his body. The chief concern of both writers is to find a kind of solution to the predicament of modern man and his conflict with machines and scientific theories. As Gregor Samsa awoke one morning from uneasy dreams, he found himself transformed in his bed into a gigantic insect-like creature.
Metamorphosis by Francis Kafka
From a feminist criticism, one can observe how Gregors dominance as a male diminishes after he becomes a bug as his sisters strength and role in the family grows stronger. Within a few weeks the two were planning a future, contemplating a fresh start in Berlin, or Tel Aviv. Another reason why Kafka opposed such an illustration is that the reader should not be biased in any way before his reading process was getting under way. Nobody on the other side of the door has understood a single word he had uttered as Gregor's voice has also transformed, and they conclude that he is seriously ill. but, real talk: The Metamorphosis is probably the best example of alienation made symbolic in literature. Gregor grows more comfortable with his changed body. He thought.(Kafka, 495) This" is from the narrator in Kafkas tale; The Metamorphosis, when Gregor Samsa wakes up and finds himself turned into a giant insect, and it was apparently not a dream.