The theme of absurdism utilized by Franz Kafka and Albert Camus will full justice to bring out the pathos in both 'The Outsider' and 'The Metamorphosis' by Albert Camus and Franz Kafka. They build the unsettling existence of the both protagonists. Today's situation of the narrators brings to life happenings that justify their distressing situations and what they go through in their respective lives. Where existentialism questions man's existence in a particular cultural system; 'absurdist' investigates personas that are put in modern culture that is devoid of God and exactly how syllogism and parody loom large over the entire situation. Hence The Outsider and Metamorphoses have existentialism and absurdism as the philosophical tools that take these stories ahead.