"The Metamorphosis" by Franz Kafka
The Metamorphosis, a disturbing, yet humorous short story is in a class of its own. The writings of Franz Kafka have long been a template for modern awareness. Even so, Kafka's writing style can be described as tough, lacking in the delicacy and intellectual development present in a novel such as Slaughterhouse Five. Unlike most other authors, Kafka uses simple, declarative sentences which, though somehow lacking in sophistication, make up for this in he novel's use of symbolism.
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