The Metamorphosis Summary Part 3

The Metamorphosis Summary Part 3 - The Metamorphosis...

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The Metamorphosis Summary As time passes and Gregor becomes depressed, because despite his many attempts to prove to his family that he still loves his efforts brought him nothing positive, on the contrary, the only concrete result as it gets Despite numerous attempts, it's blame and violence, especially from his father and his sister. The best example of this statement is when the mother of Gregor sees his son for the first time since its metamorphosis she fainted on the field and as soon as his father heard the news, he immediately believes that his son was at fault towards his mother. That's when Gregor tries to show his father that he had no bad intentions towards her, and he does not need to chase back to his room with his cane, but c is a lost cause for the eldest of the Samsa family, the father, 'n' (is) not in the mood to hear these subtleties "(page 122), begins to pursue his son and throw him off. Incrustera an apple in his back and cause him irreparable harm. Moreover, this same apple received in the back is actually the time trigger that finally cause the decline of Gregor. To the neglect of his family for the child, who now considers Gregor's room not as the room of the latter, but more as a dumping ground and a lumber-room, the main character of this new coming to prefer death rather than continue to live as a punishment. He decides to let himself die of hunger, rather than continuing to make efforts to show love to a family that feels towards her than despair, shame and anger. 10 - When Gregor dies, the family members seem relieved they have found peace of mind that they had for a long time. So without further ado, they get rid of their three tenants resign their jobs and they intend to return the new maid. They also decide to move, not only to start a new life and to develop new projects, but also to forget that this is Gregor who had negotiated the
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purchase of their current home and thereby forgetting final months of the existence of that which is transformed. So instead of mourning the death of their son, Gregor's parents prefer to think about finding a husband for their daughter. The family seems to find the path of happiness since the death of Gregor. In fact, at this stage of history, it is possible to compare apples rotting in Gregor's back to the Primordial absence, but with opposite consequences if it means Gregor premature end, it also means for the Samsa family she starts a new beginning, since leaving a universe full of woes for the metamorphosis of Gregor to go to a new life and looks much better since the death of wire the Samsa family. In the wake of Gregor’s injury, which limits his mobility, the family takes pity on him and leaves the bedroom door open at night so Gregor can watch them. The father dozes in his chair while the mother sews lingerie for a boutique and Grete studies French and shorthand in hopes of moving up from her job as a sales clerk. The father stops taking off his bank attendant uniform when he comes home, and the uniform becomes increasingly filthy. Grete and the mother
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  • Fall '12
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