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The William Marvy Company's barber poles, encased swirls of crimson and blue above a rounded chrome steel base, hold on highway corners round the kingdom. the corporate begun growing the colourful signposts in St. Paul 3 generations in the past. glossy types of the bloody rags utilized by surgeon-barbers within the center a while, barber poles are famous icons, however the Marvy kinfolk tale is basically unknown.
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It simply happens and he has no choice but to adapt. What counts most in this great fable is not so much Gregor's suffering, but rather that which he inadvertently inflicts on his parents and sister, mirroring Kafka's own feelings of inadequacy with regard to his family. ) He would never stop transforming himself into animals, his favourites being those which could crawl and quickly scamper away, although he had an inordinate terror of mice. Yet none of these "metamorphoses" ever has the repugnancy of Gregor Samsa's .
He clung to his picture and would not let it be taken away. He would rather jump on his sister 's face. " His mother now saw the " huge brown mass on the flowered wallpaper " and fell fainting on the couch . Grete rushed out of the room in search of medicine for her mother . Gregor , in a state of panic and confusion , followed after her. 46 Running back to Gregor's room, Grete banged the doorshut leaving him stranded in the living room. For a few minutes all was quiet, but then his father , who had been forced out of retirement to find a new job, came home.
43 Gregor's world now altered perceptibly. His sight began to worsen , so that he no longer recognised the street outside his window which now " looked out onto a deserted wasteland where grey sky and land blended into one another". Most urgently , he had to spare his sister the sight of him: " .. one day he dragged a sheet on his back to the sofa and hid himself completely in it. " 44 Grete had the idea of removing all the room's furniture, which hindered Gregor's movements. She could not, however, do this on her own.
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