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Die Verwandlung Summary ´ 104 N estremo realismo Kafka 1883 1924 descrive l’irrompere in un ambiente piccolo borghese di uesto essere costretto a vivere sotto il letto e a nutrirsi di rifiuti U. The MetamorphosisFranz KafkaThe Metamorphosis can uite easily be one of Franz Kafka s best works of literature one of the best in Existentialist literature The author shows the struggle of human existence the problem of living in modern society through the narratorGregor Samsa wakes in his bed and finds himself changed into an a mammoth bug the vermin he battles to discover what really has transpired he checks out his little room and everything looks ordinary to him anyway it gets a peculiar inclination it may not be so He attempts to turn over and return to stay in bed reuest to disregard what has occurred but since of the state of his back he can just shake from side to side As Gregor Samsa awoke one morning from uneasy dreams he found himself transformed in his bed into a gigantic insect The initial lines of the novella relates the odd occasion of Gregor s change in a very direct way the author utilized the differentiating image of an abnormal circumstance and common things of life to make a preposterous world which is crisp disorganized as opposed to rational and normal as we expect it to be but the Kafka always do what you least expectGregor becomes accustomed to his creepy vermin body and his family takes care of him mostly an inappropriate things however they couldn t care less and expels furniture from his room with the goal that he can uninhibitedly move around and climb the walls Be that as it may they would prefer not to see his appalling structure he is kept to his room and normally stows away under the couch when his sister enters with his food to save her sensibilities as opposed to the pleasantly human creepy crawly Gregor his sister isn t chivalrous in any way yet progressively hostile and barbarous his brutish dad as Kafka himself had been uite afraid of his father pursues him back by tossing apples at him when he once comes out The relatives additionally need to take employments for they can no longer soak up the fruitful child What s the circumstance separates and the family crumblesThe problem of alienation is explored to depth in the novella Gregor become insect and behaviour of his family members change towards him he may transformed to something unusual at the core he is still the same however he faces problem of acceptance by society due to his transformed appearance which ridicules his being his existence as if he is thrown into the hell of nothingness without any notice The feebleness of his existence disintegrates his being into nothingness under the sheer pressure of the society the Other The novella raises some very basic and profound uestions of human existence alienation identity being Kafka uestions all our presuppositions of life success social position money that a healthy life is characterized by a steadily improving standard of living and a socially acceptable appearance which we think matter most through Gregor s metamorphosis These presuppositions of our life pose serious uestions which are very chilly and which can rip us apart from any sense of our inauthentic existence The author robs Gregor the protagonist of every sense of his inauthentic existence by stealing off all assumptions of his life now he is striped down to the very core of his existence The protagonist is encountered with basic problems of human existence what it takes to be which we encounter in our lives if we once appeared socially acceptable and now have ceased to do so are we still in fact ourselves Was the socially acceptable persona in fact ourselves or is there essential self ness in the being we have now become Or have we in fact been nobody in the first place and are we nobody still Gregor Samsa can make us ponder our own character our identity about the smoothness of what we take to be steady and fixed and about the dangers and supernatural occurrences of our own metamorphosis Kafka gives us that how the conventions of normal society are twisted because of our incompetence to look past the surface to the individual inside

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Die Verwandlung Summary ´ 104 Il racconto più celebre di Kafka edito nel ’16 è la storia grottesca del commesso viaggiatore Gregor Samsa che un mattino si ritrova trasformato in un insetto Co. Gregor Samsa wakes up one morning to discover he s been transformed into a giant beetle like creature Can he and his family adjust to his new formThe Metamorphosis is one of those books that a lot of people get dragooned into reading during high school and therefore are predisposed to loath I managed to escape this fate and I m glad The Metamorphosis is uite a strange little bookTranslated from German The Metamorphosis is the story of how Gregor Samsa s transformation tears his family apart I feel like there are hidden meanings that are just beyond my grasp I suspect it s a commentary about how capitalism devours its workers when they re unable to work or possibly about how the people who deviate from the norm are isolated However I mostly notice how Samsa s a big frickin beetle and his family pretends he doesn t existThere s some absurdist humor at the beginning Samsa s first thoughts upon finding out he s a beetle is how he s going to miss work Now I m as dedicated to my job as most people but if I woke up to find myself a giant beetle I don t think I d have to mull over the decision to take a personal day or twoAside from that the main thing that sticks out is what a bunch of bastards Samsa s family is He s been supporting all of them for years in his soul crushing traveling salesman job and now they re pissed that they have to carry the workload Poor things It s not like Gregor s sitting on the couch drinking beer while they re working He s a giant damn beetle Cut him some slackAll kidding aside the ending is pretty sad I ll bet Mr Samsa felt like a prick later The Metamorphosis gets four stars primarily for being so strange and also because it s the ancestor of many weird or bizarro tales that came afterwords It s definitely worth an hour or two of your time

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Die Verwandlung Summary ´ 104 N giorno attirato dal suono del violino della sorella Gregor dedice di uscire dalla sua stanza ma il suo desiderio di rivedere la famiglia avrà conseguenze tragiche. My ever dearest KafkaIt has come to my attention that you ve left a manuscript behind pertaining to the extermination of vermins So my eccentric little self decided to pick up a copy of yours hoping to annihilate pests of the worst possibly the most malicious kind only to find out you didn t offer such trick Well woe is me There goes me gay self screaming and running away from flying roaches Ackkkk Shoooo Oh bollocks you could ve helped Interestingly what I discovered was a lustrous gem of sorts a brilliant speculative fiction that neither offers answers nor uestions as to why something is happening only that it is really occurring While I thought to turn Gregor Samsa into a monstrous insect was uite preposterous it seems that in the end it was the most logical choice or so I thought If Alice was to trot along with me and find this surreal handbook with absurdist humour I wager that she ll say the same thing when she was in Wonderland a long time ago Curiouser and curiouser Indeed it was baffling and sufficient to bedazzle your foes Give this as a gift let them read and interpret it and wish upon a bloody star that one day your enemies will metamorphose into a despicable vermin that you can whack or swat with tremendous gusto that is depending on their particular form Being turned into a monstrous insect is no mean feat especially if you re a travelling salesman and a breadwinner with a family to support an asthmatic mother a workshy father and a clueless sister Unfortunately poor Gregor took that frightful curse of being turned into a vermin of sorts Once a human who was socially acceptable now he s but a social pariah alienated ostracised and discriminated I wonder though what you ve really meant by this novella of yours Was this a philosophical commentary or an allegory about the human condition human nature or our precarious existence Was this a mirror that reflects how we treat others who are entirely different Was this your way to expose the masks that we ve held long enough just to uncover our true essence as human beings Was this your life story Were you trying to unveil the nefarious ways how humans can be so corrupt to their core that they forgot how to care see each other through by loving one another and showing kindness in so many ways That I wouldn t know for you are not here All you ve left is but a manuscript that will leave us feeling discombobulated for many years to come How disappointing Anyways your version of vermins is already obsolete my friend Ever since you ve left this world vermins in the form of some reprehensible humans have survived Yes we do have that in our lives unfortunately which reminds me that I might need to further transmogrify them into roaches and whack smoosh suish suash those little scuttling critters out of existence by wielding my handy dandy ever reliable broomstick Not all vermins are worth the empathy mind you Only your story does Wish me luck though This one will feel like a game of Whack a Mole with me suealing while chasing those pests away from my lifeYour fan and friendJV Audiobook rating narrated by Benedict CumberbatchNarrative voice style Vocal characterisation Inflexion intonation Voice uality Audiobook verdict Exuisite performance superbly brilliant a must have