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For the third and final chapter of Kafka’s novella, the journal prompt will require you to mainly use the skills of evaluation when responding to the text. Please be sure to cite specific examples from the story.
In The Metamorphosis Gregor Samsa awakes one morning to discover he has turned into a human sized insect overnight. As it goes with stories of magical realism, the situation in which the protagonist finds himself is truly fantastic, yet his reaction is convincing and true to life.
Assess whether or not Kafka was effective in making the audience sympathetic to his main character. What is your reaction to what happens to Gregor during the course of the story and at its conclusion?
Word count: The length should be at least 300 words (roughly 1 and ½ pages, double-spaced.)