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Kafka and Alienation
(Please see The Corpse by Joshua Gonzalez aka NeonFx)
To be alienated is to be separated from a society because of differences between one's being and that of an average person of that society, or because of differences between one's ideas and morals to those of the collective mind. Franz Kafka's works have been recognized as symbolizing man's alienation and/or prosecution in an indifferent world.
The Metamorphosis(1915) and The Hunger Artist(1924) by Franz Kafka are two examples that I will use to demonstrate this point. In The Metamorphosis a traveling salesman l…
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