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However, I know believe that many people in the town played a significant role
“ OOH, why are so many people, including my parents and family living a life of want, why does the society appear to create economic divisions, I have never really had money. I have to always meet the monetary needs of family members, who I did not sire in the first place, Could it be that past events are against my success and growth as a person. How could I ever know, now that I am insect with no brain or intellectual power?
I despise my family and wish that I had a different father. How could they have abandoned me after turning into an insect? Their attitude is reminiscent of crushing a moth once it outlives its usefulness; I am so tired of them
Once again, my mind cannot get rid of the thought that my family abandoned me after transforming into an insect. I think I have to accept the seclusion in order to move forward. Why have they locked me in a room alone? Is it possible that they are now a shamed of me? Of course, I have no hope, I am lost, If my family can attack me for showing up in a public event, what else are they capable of doing. I firmly believe that my family no longer find me useful because of the transformation.
I pity the hopelessness, shame and mixed feelings felt by people like me. Their lives are empty, empty, empty. Nothing good can be deduced from it. Many people, especially, all insects live empty lives with no contribution to the society. Why should I worry? My loneliness applies to all insects and many people in the society, again, why should I worry? I believe that abandonment is a representation of people or insects who were discriminated against because of their ethnic backgrounds.
Regardless of my loneliness, I have to keep to myself. I cannot stand my pretentious family and their greed. Why don’t they value me like they did before? I have to distance
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3). From this point on the story descends into even darker territory as the full horror of Gregor’s situation sinks in, and he has to remain confined in his room, learning how to cope with his new and unfamiliar body and with the horrified reactions of his family and his boss.
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lienation is not felt by Gregor Samsa only conceptually but physically because of his transformation into a huge insect that is gruesome to the viewers. Gregor Samsa is the character that goes through metamorphosis and eventually receives death at the end.
Gregor Samsa works as
otally superhuman occurrence and it’s from it that the whole story is based, then it requires a high rank reader not to classify it as a complete entertainment story full of fallacy and imagination. However, close examination of the story, as well as comparing it with the