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review Die Verwandlung é PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ¸ [BOOKS] ✴ Die Verwandlung ✻ Franz Kafka – Gym-apparel.co.uk A Metamorfose 1912 um relato sobre o estranho caso de um caixeiro viajante Gregor Samsa ue uma manhã acorda transformado num monstruoso insecto é justamente apontado como uma obra do génEnte apontado como uma obra do género fantástico e juntamente com o romance O Processo uma das suas mais célebres obras Contudo A Metamorfose tem. 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 adoredRead 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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Suscitado inúmeras leituras sem nunca esgotar a sua legibilidade como diria Borges porue os seus escritos «são intemporais e desta maneira eternos. 4 for the novella 1 for Benedict Cumberbatch narration I adore his voice A family mother father and sister are forced to become responsible and find jobs when the son the sole provider of the family has a sort of a disease and cannot work any As he becomes useless he is marginalized and despised I almost forgot the disease is that the son wakes up in the morning as a cockroach Methamorphosis is considered one of the best books ever written which is uite remarkable considering its size To succeed to have such an impact in a few pages is an accomplishment At a first glance it is the story of Gregor Samsa who wakes up transformed as a vermin and becomes treated like one by the family As with great literature and with Kafka in particular there is than meets the eye Some of the themes that come to my mind and some that I read in other reviews are What happens when a person is no longer sociable acceptable and it becomes marginalized The novel can be seen as a critic of discrimination or Kafka’s own existential suffering and his alienation from the world I think some reading about Kafka’s life is needed to better understand his work A fable of Jews’ conditionFor a better and in depth analysis of the novella please check Vladimir Nabokov’s contribution

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Die VerwandlungA Metamorfose um relato sobre o estranho caso de um caixeiro viajante Gregor Samsa ue uma manhã acorda transformado num monstruoso insecto é justam. Old books get a bad rapbut do they deserve it Check out my latest BooktTube Video all about the fabulous and not so fabulous Olde Boies The Written Review UPDATE MARCH 2020 HiIt's meYour friendly neighborhood readerYou all want to know why people don't like reading the classics Try reading the commentsI didn't like this book and wrote a jokey review in 2018 People freaked out because A I didn't like the book and B poked fun at this classic in my reviewTwo years and 300 comments laterannnnd drum roll I really don't give a sht any I'm tired I'm bored It's been TWO FREAKING YEARS and people won't leave this review aloneFeel free to talk about my lack of intelligence all you want down below but I literally couldn't care less and I won't be responding All you negative people did was convince me that this book was absolute crap and the fanbase is worse A BIG EFFING DISCLAIMER January 2019 I read books for fun not to better myselfI originally published this review MONTHS ago for a book published DECADES ago and I just want to say Reviewers be warnedPeople are not the forgiving sort if you don't like this book It seems that some classics must be liked or elseSince 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 uite brilliantPeople seem convinced that if only I the stupid broad as one now deleted comment said could understand the dman book then my absolute idiocy could be resolved and I wouldn't have to worry about my children inheriting the stupidWhile 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 going for that indescribable horror of something just out of reach AndI felt that and to me reading that was not enjoyable 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 February 2018 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 themThen you starved to death and your parents got their spare bedroom back slow clappingOkaaaay 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 reasonActually Wait a momentThis 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 thisOk I'm backApparently the bug thing is either a metaphor for a father complex Gregor's dad was the most anti Gregoranti bug character or a take on the artist struggle Gregor's sister is the cruelest because she can make musicI mean maybe I guess that could be what the book means There's a cruel father and a gifted daughterbut who knowsI 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 diesPersonally 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 depressingPlus 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 uite 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 YouTube | Blog | Instagram | Twitter | Snapchat mirandareads