Franz Kafka's Metamorphosis

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The aim of this research paper is to interpret the Freudian psychoanalysis in the light of Kafka’s Metamorphosis. How Metamorphosis depicts the inheritable factor of psychoanalysis and how Kafka posturized himself in the form of Gregor. It will help readers to know about the effects of behavior and environment effect on the mentality of person and the reasons for depression, anxiety and mental stress. It also help the readers to know about the importance of psychotherapy in curing different mental diseases.

Sigmund Freud is known as founder of psychoanalysis and Franz Kafka is well known for the influential story and novel writer. The Metamorphosis is one of the best writing of Franz Kafka which is a brilliant story about a young boy Gregor Samsa. Gregor Samsa one day transformed into insect when he was forced to remain inside his room against his will and got died by hitting of an apple thrown by his own father. This is not just a story of a boy but it
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5. Psychosexual development
6. Ego and Super Ego
7. Life and Death
8. Melancholia
9. Femininity and Women Sexuality
10. Psychotherapy
11. Religion effects
Freud defines Unconsciousness in the way of considering it as a place where a person’s outdone wishes, wills, horrors, pains, drives and mental conflicts or conflicts with himself hold.
Kafka’s Metamorphosis
By reading carefully about The Metamorphosis of Kafka, we come to know that it is the best illustration of psychological effects on the behavior of human mentality. It was basically Kafka’s own life story which he described in the form of a story. He resembled himself as Gregor and the metamorphosis in his life [5]. His story describes many of the psychological effects which are as below:-
1. Effects of job satisfaction
2. Effects of behavior of family members
3. Effects of responsibilities
4. Effects of expectations
5. Effects of failure
6. Effects of love and care
7. Effects of environment
8. Effects of childhood on
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