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In his novel The Metamorphosis, Franz Kafka explains his own life throughout the life of his protagonist Gregor Samsa. Careful analysis of Franz Kafka's lifetime shows that Kafka's family, office, and reaction into the hardship in his family and office are similar to those of Gregor. We would ask why Gregor was transformed into a bug because Kafka obviously never become a bug. The absurd image illustrates how Gregor lacks self-respect and feels as though he's a bug in the view of his loved ones and society. Franz Kafka was miserable and never found his own position in life, either. Therefore, he might have felt exactly like Gregor, like a bug. Additionally the publication describes Kafka's expectations of his own long time and he was partly accurate. The most obvious similarity between Kafka and Gregor is their negative relationship to their fathers, which is a major theme in the book and in Kafka's life. The Kafka and Prague Website describes Kaka's father as "a notorious tyrant, equally to Franz Kafka and to his mother, Julie LГ¶wy." Gregor worries his father, which is evident in the fact that he maintains working as a salesman, like his dad wants him to, although he hates that job (Kafka, 2000). Gregor refers to his father as "the father," which suggests that he feels remote to his dad. The father, in turn, acts like a tyrant when he uses a pole to get Gregor back into his area (Kafka, 2008-9) also throws apples at him (Kafka, 2019-20). The Kafka and Prague Website concludes that "Kafka's dad was the exact opposite of Kafka himself" which "Kafka's relationship with his father comes out in a few of his books as a hopeless conflict against an overpowering powe...