In this, his most famous story, Franz Kafka explores the notions of
alienation and human loneliness through extraordinary narrative
technique and depth of imagination. Gregor Samsa awakens one
morning to find himself transformed into a repulsive bug. Trapped
inside this hideous form, his mind remains unchanged--until he sees
the shocked reaction of those around him. He begins to question the
basis of human love and, indeed, the entire purpose of his
existence. But this, it seems, is only the beginning of his ordeal.
Franz Kafka is one of the most prominent figures of 20th-century
literature; his work, much of which was published posthumously,
includes" The Trial" and "The Castle."
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