Kafka grants readers access to Gregor’s thoughts, but we only learn about other characters through what Gregor sees, hears, and infers. How does this perspective affect the reader’s understanding of the story?
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Answered by Aslan
I think that the reader is isolated from the outside world, just as Gregor is. We feel Gregor's emotions as well as his sense of disenfranchisement from his previous life.