The Meaning of Life in Tolstoy's "Ivan Ilyich" and Kafka's "Metamorphosis"
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A four page paper contrasting the spiritual and physical changes experienced by two characters undergoing a profound life transformation: Kafka's protagonist turns into a giant insect, and Tolstoy's sickens and dies. The paper concludes that society is unprepared to rise above its complacency and tackle the real meaning of life. No additional sources.
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