The Importance Of Alienation Of Gregor's Relationship With His Father

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Gregor has always believed that he was an insignificant “insect” and that his worth only came from his financial support to his family. He was always dehumanized by his boss who believed that he was a crook and a slacker. Gregor had to work in this environment for fifteen years without any real human contact except from his family. Although it does not state how Gregor’s relationship with his father is it can be implied from Gregor’s mistreatment that there was a strain on their relationship. So, Gregor being transformed into an insect would just be a reflection of his inner self. We were discussing how dehumanization, isolation, and alienation apply to the real world. We discussed that there are always people who are different and people
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