For the majority of them, such events come about during adolescence stage or in early childhood.
However, for Franz Kafka in “The Metamorphosis”, this event takes place in adult life.
Such constringent forms of true self make human beings to face problems in their family units.
The author shows how Gregor tries to abide by social rules and norms to attain his goals in life.
But the most interesting story is the insect-like transformation, particularly the image of insect-like person lying helplessly on his back and waving his tiny insect-like legs in the atmosphere.
The first reason as to why no one tried to cure Gregor Samsa after he turned into an insect is because of the rules and regulations of the society: the society creates social order to protect and help its people.
For instance, they confine individuals of their uniqueness and oblige them to follow social rules to the later.
For this reason, some members like Gregory Samsa are considered outcasts.
It is known as one of the pioneering works of the novel of the 20th century and is being studied at universities and universities in western European countries.
The story began with a travel salesman, Gregor Samsa, he woke up and found himself transformed into a gigantic and strange insect-like creature.