Franz Kafka: Artist vs Society.
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In the stories, "The Metamorphosis", "Josephine the Singer, or the Mouse Folk", and "A Hunger Artist", author Franz Kafka makes the disturbing social criticism that the more generous or artistic one is, the worse they are treated by society. Gregor Samsa, Jospehine, and the Hunger Artist are either persons or an artist who was mistreated and taken advantage of by the public or by his or her peers.
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