The chief clerk takes Gregor's uncooperative behavior as a sign that something nefarious might be going on. So she attempts to tickle him with her broom, when he doesn't respond, she realizes he has expired. Gregor's father tries to force Gregor back into his bedroom with a cane and newspaper. When he was already half out of the bed-the new method was more a game than an effort, for he needed only to hitch himself across by rocking to and fro-it struck him how simple it would be if he could get help. You amaze me, you amaze me. It speaks about the personal interest and its impact on the overall behavior of one person.
His life sucks, his family treats him like shit and he works like a dog to support people who hate him. Gregor wakes up at twilight and smells food. He slid down again into his former position. This image changed drastically in 1912. Gregor finds that walking backward is quite difficult, and it takes him a long time to get back into his room. This metamorphosis may place his job in jeopardy, but in reality, this transformation is the manifestation of his unhappiness with work into the real world. His father knotted his fist with a fierce expression on his face as if he meant to knock Gregor back into his room, then looked uncertainly round the living room, covered his eyes with his hands and wept till his great chest heaved.
His life reflects a series of dissatisfactory events that he as a salesman recalls. Less than two months later, in Kafka's writing, Gregor's sister betrays him by insisting that the family must get rid of him. He wants someone to come in his room, but the doors are locked from the outside and no one will enter. His room, a regular human bedroom, only rather too small, lay quiet between the four familiar walls. The parents notice that their daughter has grown up and decide that it is time to find her a husband.
He painfully wedges himself into the doorway, staining it, and his father pushes him the rest of the way in and slams the door. To state the problem of the story Kafka had to force it to the level of grotesque. Before he is able to achieve this task, someone knocks at the door. I'm still lying in bed. Unsuited for the environment or the social group? Gregor comes out of his room because he is so attracted by the beautiful violin music.
He is unable to move very quickly, and must haul himself around like an invalid. In the meantime, he stays hidden under the coach, not wanting to frighten his sister. Only last night I was quite welt my parents can tell you, or rather I did have a slight presentiment. He learns from their conversations that in addition to money from the business, the family has also saved money from his salary, but it isn't enough to live off of for very long. They take the day off of work to celebrate the death of Gregor. Music by WingoWinston from newgrounds. Since he had to pull the door towards him, he was still invisible when it was really wide open.
Oh sir, do spare my parents! And would he be so far wrong on this occasion? He continues his struggle to get out of bed, knowing that his boss would ''. It makes me almost cross the way he never goes out in the evenings; he's been here the last eight days and has stayed at home every single evening. That would knock him endways from his desk! Gregor finds that Grete has brought him some fresh food, which doesn't appeal to him. Gregor had not known about this money, and when his father's business fell apart, he had thrown himself into his work in order to provide for his family. Feeling guilty and dejected, Gregor attempts to return to his room. Gregor hears his mother defending him to the clerk, saying that Gregor is always dutiful and singularly focused on work. As all this was running through his mind at top speed without his being able to decide to leave his bed-the alarm clock had just struck a quarter to seven-there came a cautious tap at the door behind the head of his bed.
He challenges him with ''a large newspaper from the table'' and forces him back into his room. His mother wants to visit Gregor, but his sister and father refuse. They assume that he has fallen gravely ill. He retreats into his room a third time and dies. He tries a hundred times to roll onto his side and each time can't maintain the position.
Gregor notices that his father is not reading the paper to the family as he usually does and there is complete silence in the apartment. His thoughts are about his job and how someone from the office will soon come by to check up on him. They were calling to each other across Gregor's room. You reach over and turn it off, then lie in bed staring at the ceiling, wondering whether you should make the effort to get out of bed. For instance, when I come back to the hotel of a morning to write up the orders I've got, these others are only sitting down to breakfast. At the same time he did not forget meanwhile to remind himself that cool reflection, the coolest possible, was much better than desperate resolves. He calls out to let the clerk know he will be out shortly.