Franz Kafka's The metamorphosis

by Harold Bloom | 30 June 2008
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Franz Kafka's ""The Metamorphosis"" climaxes in the very first line - the protagonist has indeed been transformed. The critical questions lie in the interpretation of the transformation. Kafka has been said to have offered everything from a psychological parable of the Oedipal struggle to a caricature of psychological readings. In this collection of new critical essays, Kafka's life and other works are featured as well as notes on the essay contributors.
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Franz Kafka's ""The Metamorphosis"" climaxes in the very first line - the protagonist has indeed been transformed. The critical questions lie in the interpretation of the transformation. Kafka has been said to have offered everything from a psychological parable of the Oedipal struggle to a caricature of psychological readings. In this collection of new critical essays, Kafka's life and other works are featured as well as notes on the essay contributors.
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