Metamorphosis Similarities Between Kafka And Samsa

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Throughout Metamorphosis, written by Franz Kafka, beetle-like traveling salesman, Gregor Samsa, repeatedly has negative interactions with his father that parallel to Kafka’s own personal issues. Therefore, Samsa and Kafka are alike and are resembling of one another in many aspects of life. In Metamorphosis, Samsa obtains a negative relationship with his overpowering father, very similar to Kafka’s own bond to his abusive father. They both value work life more than real life, this overwhelming work life leads to isolation. Lastly, Samsa has formed an unfavorable connection with himself, which parallel to Kafka’s true feelings about life and possibly suicide. Overall, Kafka’s life directly corresponds to Samsa’s own struggles in the novel. Samsa

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