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Kafka’s stories are known for their metaphorical symbolism and the unique way in which they darkly portray human life. In The Metamorphosis, a man is transformed into a large, monstrous insect-like creature. He tries to adjust to his newfound body and to the emotions of his family who despise the monstrosity that he has become. Kafka’s writing is unique, as he favours delivering an impact with each sentence. He often writes of illogical and perhaps bizarre occurrences around us, portraying them in a surreal view which showed how characters in stories and real life are so similar. His characters often have no clear course of action and are constantly thrown into realistic yet unexplainable situations. Blending both the metaphysical and the absurd, Kafka has become one of the greatest literary juggernauts of his time. This collection presents all of his short stories, and thus is exhaustive with respect to everything Kafka wrote, except for his novels.
About Franz Kafka
Franz Kafka was a German-language writer. Born in Prague, Kafka studied to become a lawyer and wrote stories in his spare time.
Kafka is also known for writing The Trial, Amerika and The Castle.
The Metamorphosis has been adapted into several films, most recently in 2013 starring Maureen Lipman, Robert Pugh, and Alistair Petriei and directed by Chris Swanton.
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