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Academic Paper, 2015, 40 Pages
This book is divided into tour chapters in addition to a conclusion: chapter one is an introduction to focuses on the two winters' contribution, reputation and influence.
Chapter two is devoted to a critical appreciation of William Faulkner's A Rose for Emily.
Chapter Three is devoted to a critical appreciation of Franz Kafka’s The Metamorphosis.
Chapter four gives a brief study of comparison and contract of the two writers stories, A Rose for Emily and The Metamorphosis.
Finally, the book ends with the conclusion that there are strong resemblances in the characters of “A Rose for Emily and The Metamorphosis. Miss Emily and Samsa, both, they were affected by the same kind of isolation. Both were deeply affected by the injustices of the society and family.
Academic Paper, 197 Pages