Gregor As Allegory

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The tells an absurd allegory, but so really reveal the tragedy in modern society that people have been transferred to a ‘thing’. But who has been alienated is not only Gregor. As in the text, ‘Gregor tried to imagine to himself whether anything similar to what was happening to him today could have also happened at some point to the manager. At least one had to concede the possibility of such a thing.’.In the modern society that the instrumental reason has been maximised and the consumerism has been so popular, all social relationship, cannot avoid being alienated. And Gregor, as a person who act as a conjunction of all social relationship, is first to be the sufferer of the alienation. The loneliness, anxiousness, despair of the individual