Essay on The Metamorphosis by Franz Kafka
Gregor’s alteration shows how he has lost control over his own body and that it affects his …show more content…
Gregor Samsa, a fictional character, thought up by Franz Kafka is a resemblance in relation to his real life experiences. From the complex relationships of father and son to being isolated from their loved ones. Kafka's father never seen his son as a writer and expects him to be a lawyer. Kafka, on the other hand, loves to write despite of what his father has told him to do. Kafka's earliest work was burned because he was not satisfied with them. Aside from the bad connection between Kafka and his father, he also did not have a good bond with women. Kafka was never married. In fact, Kafka's father had disapproved one of Kafka's engagement. In The Metamorphosis, Gregor Samsa is a reflection of Kafka's life.
Before Gregor was revamped, he had to go to work daily and had to deal with society outside of his home. He travels all day and barely gain any rest when he gets home. Furthermore, he has to talk to people all around the world for a short period of time. He could not make any friends due to constantly traveling to different