Die Verwandlung



Al Despertar Gregorio Samsa Una Ma Ana, Tras Un Sue O Intranquilo, Se Encontr En Su Cama Convertido En Un Monstruoso Insecto As Arranca Uno De Los Relatos Maestros Del Siglo XX Que M S Interpretaciones Ha Suscitado La Narraci N De La Transformaci N De Un Gris Viajante De Comercio En Escarabajo, Y La Reacci N Que Provoca En Su Familia Hasta Conducirle A Un Tr Gico Desenlace, Confirma Las Palabras De Borges, Autor Del Pr Logo Y Traductor De Esta Versi N La M S Indiscutible Virtud De Kafka Es La Invenci N De Situaciones Intolerables.Relato De Terror, F Bula Sobre La Incomunicaci N Humana Y El Conflicto Con La Autoridad, Espejo De La Extra Eza Frente A Las Arbitrarias Leyes Del Mundo, Par Bola Sobre La Angustia Y El Desamparo Del Hombre Moderno, Met Fora De La Tr Gica Historia Del Pueblo Jud O Sas Son Algunas De Las Formas De Entender Este Relato Que, Al Margen De Interpretaciones, Emociona Como S Lo La Gran Literatura Es Capaz De Hacerlo.Die Verwandlung

Flaubert.Kafka first studied chemistry at the Charles Ferdinand University of Prague, but switched after two weeks to law This offered a range of career possibilities, which pleased his father, and required a longer course of study that gave Kafka time to take classes in German studies and art history At the university, he joined a student club, named Lese und Redehalle der Deutschen Studenten, which organized literary events, readings and other activities In the end of his first year of studies, he met

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  • 04 April 2018

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  1. says:

    I once used my copy to kill a beetle Thereby combining my two passions irony and slaughter wields

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    A BIG EFFING DISCLAIMER I read books for fun, not to better myself.I originally published this review MONTHS ago, for a book published DECADES ago and I m still getting biweekly hate for it And while I mostly roll my eyes at the loose interpretation of hate on the internet, I have to say this book produces legit hate Reviewers be warned, people get creative when you don t like this book It seems that some classics must be liked, or else.Since publishing this review, many people have posted their interpretations of this book some of which I can see, some of which I don t buy and some that really are quite brilliant.People seem convinced that if only I the stupid broad as one now deleted comment said could understand the d man book , then my absolute idiocy could be resolved and I wouldn t have to worry about my children inheriting the stupid While your sentiments about my future children were strong and no doubt your hearts were in the right place , I m afraid that won t help them They are doomed. Even if the most stunningly accurate interpretation of the novel comes into my life, that doesn t change the fact that I didn t like the book I m not a professional I m not an English teacher I have never claimed to be anything other than an avid reader Just because I m a casual doesn t mean that I m only going to stick to fluffy novels I like to branch out, sometimes with awesome and sometimes with awful results And this one just didn t work for me And if there s anything I have picked up from the comments, Kafka was writing a book to make you feel bad He was aiming for that cloying feeling like you re choking on humid air On the edge of a cold where you don t feel well, but you also don t feel totally sick When you re boss calls you in and you know that it s not for a promotion Dread Horror Disappointment Hopelessness Depression.And guess what I may not have interpreted the book correctly , but I felt all that And my review reflects exactly what Kafka was aiming for with a dollop of sarcasm and sass from me on the side The Original Review If you are someone who is looking for a serious interpretation kindly check out another There plenty of brilliant interpretations of this novel, and so many people LOVE it Unfortunately, I did not I cannot make you understand I cannot make anyone understand what is happening inside me I cannot even explain it to myself. Allow me to explain it to you then You Gregor turned into a giant bug Your family alternated between fearing, caring, and loathing you in your bug body Ultimately, you began doing lots of creepy bug things and became a burden to them.Then you starved to death and your parents got their spare bedroom back slow clapping Okaaaay, if you haven t already guessed, I didn t enjoy this one I am not a fan of books where things just happen without any sort of explanation Nor if books that give off a consistently dreary feeling throughout I could summarize the entire book as Gregor turns into a bug, it was not a smart move Which is slightly misrepresenting the book cause the book actually has Gregor turning into a bug without any rhyme or reason.Actually Wait a moment.This is probably one of those books where everything is a representation of something significant in real life An Important Novel , if you will Lemme Wikipedia this..Ok I m back.Apparently the bug thing is either a metaphor for a father complex Gregor s dad was the most anti Gregor anti bug character or a take on the artist struggle Gregor s sister is the cruelest, because she can make music.I mean, maybe I guess that could be what the book means There s a cruel father and a gifted daughterbut who knows.I guess the book is so open to interpretation that it could literally mean just about anything It kind of feels like one of those books just written for the hell of it and then some English teachers got a hold of it and now it s become an Important Novel Therefore, I m going to stick with my original interpretation it s a rather pointless novel about a bug that dies.Personally, I did not like the style, the characters and the ending It felt painful to read The actual text was good, but the emotions and the feelings associated with the events just felt incredibly depressing.Plus, as a personal pet peeve plenty of things happen without a solid explanation or clear motivation which actually funnels back into my English teachers got ahold of this novel theory quite well Ultimately, this took up time that I can never get back and I don t think I ll ever enjoy it How about if I sleep a little bit longer and forget all this nonsense Blog Instagram Twitter

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    Gregor Samsa wakes up one morning to discover he s been transformed into a giant beetle like creature Can he and his family adjust to his new form The Metamorphosis is one of those books that a lot of people get dragooned into reading during high school and therefore are predisposed to loath I managed to escape this fate and I m glad The Metamorphosis is quite a strange little book.Translated from German, The Metamorphosis is the story of how Gregor Samsa s transformation tears his family apart I feel like there are hidden meanings that are just beyond my grasp I suspect it s a commentary about how capitalism devours its workers when they re unable to work or possibly about how the people who deviate from the norm are isolated However, I mostly notice how Samsa s a big frickin beetle and his family pretends he doesn t exist.There s some absurdist humor at the beginning Samsa s first thoughts upon finding out he s a beetle is how he s going to miss work Now, I m as dedicated to my job as most people but if I woke up to find myself a giant beetle, I don t think I d have to mull over the decision to take a personal day or two.Aside from that, the main thing that sticks out is what a bunch of bastards Samsa s family is He s been supporting all of them for years in his soul crushing traveling salesman job and now they re pissed that they have to carry the workload Poor things It s not like Gregor s sitting on the couch drinking beer while they re working He s a giant damn beetle Cut him some slack.All kidding aside, the ending is pretty sad I ll bet Mr Samsa felt like a prick later The Metamorphosis gets four stars, primarily for being so strange and also because it s the ancestor of many weird or bizarro tales that came afterwords It s definitely worth an hour or two of your time.

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    The MetamorphosisFranz KafkaThe Metamorphosis can quite easily be one of Franz Kafka s best works of literature one of the best in Existentialist literature The author shows the struggle of human existence the problem of living in modern society through the narrator.Gregor Samsa wakes in his bed and discovers he has transformed into a some kind of a giant bug he struggles to find what actually has happened to him, he looks around his small room and everything looks normal to him however it gets a weird feeling it may not be so He tries to roll over and go back to sleep in order to forget about what has happened, but because of the shape of his back, he can only rock from side to side As Gregor Samsa awoke one morning from uneasy dreams he found himself transformed in his bed into a gigantic insect The opening line of the novella recounts the bizarre event of Gregor s transformation in a quite straightforward manner, the author used the contrasting picture of an unusual situation and ordinary things of life to create an absurd world which is chilly, chaotic rather than ordered and rational Gregor gets used to his insect body and his family feeds him mainly the wrong things, but they don t care and removes furniture from his room so that he can freely move around and climb the walls But they don t want to see his ugly form, he is confined to his room, and usually hides under the sofa when his sister enters with his food, to spare her sensibilities in contrast to the sweetly human insect Gregor, his sister is not considerate at all, but increasingly antagonistic and cruel his brutish father chases him back by throwing apples at him when he once comes out The family members also have to take jobs for they can no longer sponge off the successful son And the situation breaks down, and the family disintegrates.The problem of alienation is explored to depth in the novella Gregor become insect and behaviour of his family members change towards him, he may transformed to something unusual at the core he is still the same however he faces problem of acceptance by society due to his transformed appearance The novella raises some very basic and profound questions of human existence alienation, identity, being Kafka questions all our presuppositions of life success, social position, money, that a healthy life is characterized by a steadily improving standard of living and a socially acceptable appearance which we think matter most through Gregor s metamorphosis These presuppositions of our life pose serious questions which are very chilly and which can rip us apart from any sense of our inauthentic existence. The author robs Gregor the protagonist of every sense of his inauthentic existence by stealing off all assumptions of his life, now he is striped down to the very core of his existence The protagonist is encountered with basic problems of human existence what it takes to be which we encounter in our lives if we once appeared socially acceptable and now have ceased to do so, are we still in fact ourselves Was the socially acceptable persona in fact ourselves, or is there essential self ness in the being we have now become Or have we, in fact, been nobody in the first place, and are we nobody still Gregor Samsa can make us think deeply about our own identity, about the fluidity of what we take to be stable and fixed, and about the perils and miracles of our own metamorphoses Kafka shows us that how the values of conventional society are warped due to our inability to look beyond the surface to the human being inside.

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    A paraphrase When my ex husband went out one evening from unsettling dreams of how faraway his wife was, he went out drinking and whoring Next morning he found himself changed in his bed into a monstrous vermin A cockroach Much he knew it though None of his friends recognised it, in fact they preferred the cockroach to the person he had been and he had a great time When it was time for him to come home, armour plated as he was he crushed his wife underfoot well fists and kicks, but same thing Unlike Kafka s poor cockroach whom no one could come to terms with and is destroyed by their ultimate hatred of creepy, crawly insects that roam the house, my ex was embraced by all and became the most popular party person Although at one stage I did have to fight off a woman who was swinging her handbag at me and tell a Spanish prostitute that my husband s unwanted attentions were no business of mine The moral of the story is that there is than one type of human cockroach and Kafka only wrote about one It s all in the shell, if you are ugly, big, brown and with six legs you are hated But handsome, big brown and with only two, you are adored.Read this book back in 1999 and loved it Social isolation for visible or invisible characterists reverberated with me, as did the cold gang mentality that rules once each has identified itself as a sympathetic member 5 star book2 star ex husband I did get my son so he gets a star for that.

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    Arabic English ReviewFirst read I got the impression pretty disgusted yet very sad Second read, emotional sympathy for Kafka Samsa , READ..FEEL..RE READ , , , , , , , , , , Third read was after all that rant in my edition which I only liked a few of it all It didn t tell me than I already felt about the story, some articles add deep understanding to what I ve already understand..but some was OVER Analyze..may be away of what Kafka wanted to tellIt s very sad story indeed, imagine that you become a burden on your family for unknowing, incurable sickness ,after you ve been the sole support for your family.how you ve been killing yourself for bread winning to them..now they even can t look at you probably I ve read Kafka s letters ,and with some of his real life sad story, He is a Metamorphosis himselfI felt it s not necessary a True Bug, it may be a sickness of the long time traveling and full time working, it may be just nervous breakdown or some other psychological illness..Who knows..It s a story about Feeling for me..that s why by my second reading I ve felt like the second picture I ve add at the review..And note that the original 1916 early edition s cover there s no an Actual Bug ,as well as most of the early ones It s a Story about feelings and differences..I won t spoil it for you But read it and try to put yourself in the position of Samsa, and that s very easy since Kafka s writing style here is very easy yet very classic well written.I felt how much he d been longing for warm time with the family that hard work always kept him away of thatand then being sick..I felt how hard for his family to accept him..how they can t stand look at him and felt sorry for them..it s human nature after all..I felt how this metamorphosis progress even made him a bit better from inside, As when he learn how to taste the music while he mention he didn t like it before how it made him feel responsible for his family, but can t do a thing nowI felt very sad for the family..and of course sorry for himSamsa Kafka..And the rating is up from 3.5 to 4 just because Kafka s admitting at the extra in this edition that I am now reading The Metamorphosis at jome and find it bad from The Diaries of Franz Kafka Oct.20, 1913 Well,first read for me I felt it can be better,although I still felt very sad..but I also hate how was the ending at all,the last 4 or 5 pages view spoiler after the death,not the death itself hide spoiler

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    Die Verwandlung The Metamorphosis, Franz Kafka The Metamorphosis German Die Verwandlung is a novella written by Franz Kafka which was first published in 1915 1974 1995 1358 1915

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    Gregor waking up one morning as a bug was a hilarious analogy of the effects an illness can have on someone, as well as on those who are close to him Though the underlying story behind the hilarity of the analogy was anything but funny I took it as of a warning of what NOT to do when a loved one is afflicted by some unfortunate disease or circumstance I found his resistance of acknowledging to himself that he had become a bug in the beginning of the story to be very interesting When he couldn t ignore his state any longer, he looked to others reactions as to how he would look at his own condition As he was trying to unlock his bedroom door to let his parents and supervisor in, he thought, If they took fright, then Gregor would have no further responsibility and could rest in peace But if they took it all calmly, then he had no reason to get excited either and he could, if he hurried, actually be at the station by eight The reaction of those around him, and most importantly, those of his closest loved ones, is what influenced his own attitude towards himself and his own state He became completely ashamed of himself, striving to completely hide himself from view, though it took great effort and pain on his part to do so His imprisonment, or rather, his confinement from the company of others, had a devastating affect upon his mental well being and in turn, affected his physical well being Such a sad story and the fact that his family didn t feel remorse for their actions, but relief for themselves at his death I don t believe Kafka was trying to say this is how humans are indubitably, even though most of them try to put on a show of galantry and higher morals But that humans certainly can become some of the most self serving, self centered creatures on Earth It serves as a warning to us all that while it is good to allow others to serve us from time to time, it is far better to always serve others Gregor s family had all become accustomed to being taken care of by him They didn t even mind that he was held in servitude to pay off their debts This was made evident when the fact was made known that Gregor s father had been saving up extra money earned by Gregor, when it could have been used to pay for his freedom much sooner Gregor, on the other hand, had been serving his family and loved them purely because of it His first thought was not of himself, but of the hardship his condition would cause his family.So lest we fall into such an ugly state of existence, let us guard ourselves by serving those we love, thus loving those we serve.

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