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The lack of specificity in the way the themes, motifs and elements of the story are presented leaves the readers room for in-depth thinking and reflection as to how it can be related to a concrete experience. This paper explores the features of the story that suggest an important substance to what also happens in reality.
The story begins with a statement of utter absurdity chronicling the transformation of a hardworking salesman into a monster. Looking at this particular portion of the story, it can be inferred that it contains a certain level of irrationality. Realistically, the transformation is not possible. This suggests that the novel works in an arbitrary, disordered universe, which goes beyond the frontiers of the laws of nature. Also, there is no clear mention of the apparent cause of the transformation like a curse from a black magic – which, in reality, is also in question as to whether it exists or not – that could have explained the metamorphosis. The story simply talks about a supernatural phenomenon. Nevertheless, examining through the undertones of the plot, it also suggests about a situation in which a hardworking person has gotten an illness thereby incapacitating him or her to continue working. In this perspective, there is a causative factor to the “transformation” that can be taken into account: working so hard may cause harm to the human body, which, in turn, can put someone out of action because of an injury, degenerative disease or a mental dysfunction. However, the idea of injury or catching a degenerative disease does not seem to validate the supporting details of the story: the family members do not display any hint of worry or shock but rather are ashamed or disgusted about the transformation of Gregor. In other words, there must be something in what happens to Gregor that causes embarrassment to the family and this poses less of gravity. While it cannot be a psychological or mental sickness
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