Metamorphosis - Day 1-3 - Zack Lucas Ellie Joel Carin Lukas...

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Zack, Lucas, Ellie, Joel, Carin, Lukas INDIVIDUAL 1) List the three most important points of the novel.
3) Using your selected passage indicate how the author utilized stylistic devices to achieve this effect (setting, character, etc.) Create a chart:
way out of the bed -- the new method was more of a game than an effort…” (4) “And why was she crying? Was it because he had not got up, and had not let the chief clerk in, because he was in danger of losing his job and if that happened his boss would once more pursue their parents with the same demands as before?” (5). “ ‘I’ll open up immediately, just a moment. I’m slightly unwell, an attack of dizziness, I haven’t been able to get up. I’m still in bed now. I’m quite fresh again now, though’ ” (6). “--his hand pressed Rhetorical Repetition Simile Irony Simile bed to a ‘game’. This is because it is tedious to do his normal daily activities as a roach. Gregor is stirring questions as to why his sister was crying. The effect is that he can now list all of the problems going on in his life (but not having the reader answer the question, since it is rhetorical) Gregor’s repitition of “I” in a rapid fire of successive sentences, suggests that he is uneasy and nervous with his new transformation. Uses “as” to compare the tenants retreat from Gregor, to an
against his open mouth and slowly retreating as if driven by a steady and invisible force…” (8). “...so that I’m trapped in a difficult situation, but I will work my way out of it again” (8). “Nothing would stop Gregor’s father as he drove him back, making hissing noises at him like a wild man” (10).

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