This really isn’t within the scope of Hellnotes, which is primarily a non-fiction newsletter. However, horror has a rich history that we need to be reminded of every once in awhile. With this in mind, we’d like to offer you an opportunity to read Franz Kafka’s “Metamorphosis.” It’s not a fancy version with pretty pictures. It’s not edited so you can read it easier. It is as it was originally written, in a plain and simple format, with black lettering against a white background.
Share it with others.
You can download the pdf file for free from here: Metamorphosis
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