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100 1  Kafka, Franz,|d1883-1924,|eauthor. 
240 10 Verwandlung.|lEnglish 
245 14 The metamorphosis /|cFranz Kafka ; translated and edited 
       by Stanley Corngold.|h[Axis 360 electronic resource] 
250    2013 Modern Library paperback edition. 
264  1 New York :|bModern Library,|c2013. 
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490 1  Modern library classics 
504    Includes bibliographical references (pages [273]-312). 
505 0  The metamorphosis -- Critical essays. 
520    "Translated, edited, and with an Introduction by Stanley 
       Corngold Featuring essays by Philip Roth, W.H Auden, and 
       Walter Benjamin "When Gregor Samsa woke up one morning 
       from unsettling dreams, he found himself changed in his 
       bed into a monstrous vermin." With this startling, bizarre,
       yet surprisingly funny first sentence, Franz Kafka begins 
       his masterpiece, The Metamorphosis. It is the story of a 
       young man who, transformed overnight into a giant 
       beetlelike insect, becomes an object of disgrace to his 
       family, an outsider in his own home, a quintessentially 
       alienated man. A harrowing--though absurdly comic--
       meditation on human feelings of inadequacy, guilt, and 
       isolation, The Metamorphosis has taken its place as one of
       the most widely read and influential works of twentieth-
       century fiction. This Modern Library edition collects 
       Stanley Corngold's acclaimed English translation--long 
       hailed as the gold standard by scholars and general 
       readers alike--along with six critical essays by writers 
       including Philip Roth, W.H. Auden, and Walter Benjamin, 
       background and contextual material, and a new Introduction
       from Corngold himself"--|cProvided by publisher. 
520    ""When Gregor Samsa woke up one morning from unsettling 
       dreams, he found himself changed in his bed into a 
       monstrous vermin." With this startling, bizarre, yet 
       surprisingly funny first sentence, Kafka begins his 
       masterpiece, The Metamorphosis. It is the story of a young
       man who, transformed overnight into a giant beetlelike 
       insect, becomes an object of disgrace to his family, an 
       outsider in his own home, a quintessentially alienated 
       man. A harrowing--though absurdly comic--meditation on 
       human feelings of inadequacy, guilt, and isolation, The 
       Metamorphosis has taken its place as one of the most 
       widely read and influential works of twentieth-century 
       fiction. As W.H. Auden wrote, "Kafka is important to us 
       because his predicament is the predicament of modern 
       man.""--|cProvided by publisher. 
520    When Gregor Samsa awakens one morning, he discovers that 
       he has changed into a giant dung beetle. 
520    "Translated, edited, and with an Introduction by Stanley 
       Corngold  Featuring essays by Philip Roth, W. H Auden, and
       Walter Benjamin  "When Gregor Samsa woke up one morning 
       from unsettling dreams, he found himself changed in his 
       bed into a monstrous vermin." With this startling, bizarre,
       yet surprisingly funny first sentence, Franz Kafka begins 
       his masterpiece, The Metamorphosis. It is the story of a 
       young man who, transformed overnight into a giant 
       beetlelike insect, becomes an object of disgrace to his 
       family, an outsider in his own home, a quintessentially 
       alienated man. A harrowing--though absurdly comic--
       meditation on human feelings of inadequacy, guilt, and 
       isolation, The Metamorphosis has taken its place as one of
       the most widely read and influential works of twentieth-
       century fiction.  This Modern Library edition collects 
       Stanley Corngold's acclaimed English translation--long 
       hailed as the gold standard by scholars and general 
       readers alike--along with six critical essays by writers 
       including Philip Roth, W. H. Auden, and Walter Benjamin, 
       background and contextual material, and a new Introduction
       from Corngold himself"--|cProvided by publisher. 
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600  0 Samsa, Gregor|c(Fictitious character)|vFiction. 
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650  0 Alienation (Social psychology)|vFiction. 
650  0 Metamorphosis|vFiction. 
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650  7 Metamorphosis.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst01018264 
655  4 Electronic books. 
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700 1  Corngold, Stanley,|etranslator. 
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