How does relationship between the Samsa family and Gregor Samsa’s boss contribute to the plot of the story?
Gregory dislikes his job and his boss, but he cannot change jobs because
Readers learn that it will take "another five or six years" for Gregor to pay off his parents' debt and that "in fifteen years of service, Gregor had never once yet been ill". What can you infer about his character based on these quotations?
What is the most important reason for Gregor to hold onto his job as a traveling salesman?
In "The Metamorphosis," how does Gregor first react when he discovers that he is an insect?
Which of the following best describe the narrator’s point of view in the story?
Which of the following best describes a central idea of the text so far?
What lures Gregor out into the Parlor before he is spotted by the new person(s) living in the apartment?
How does Gregor die?
Gregor becomes upset with his family because:
Who does Gregor act like he might attack?
What does Gregor's family do to make extra money?
Who finds Gregor's body?
Who firsts suggests the idea of "getting rid" of Gregor?
What were Gregor's last thoughts before his death?
Ironically, what did the Samsa family do on the day of Gregor's death?
How does the housekeeper treat Gregor?
What is Gregor's biggest reminder of his humanity in chapter 3?
What is causing Gregor’s deteriorating health?
What is NOT one of the sacrifices that the family makes in order to survive?
Because the family feels bad for Gregor, what privilege do they now allow him each night during dinner?
Which character never shows any fear of Gregor?
What does the family begin storing in Gregor’s room during Part 3?
What draws Gregor out of his room in front of his whole family and the three men at dinner?
What do the three men do when they see Gregor out of his room?
What does Grete suggest the family do toward the end of the reading?
Who discovers Gregor’s body?
At the very end of the reading, what future prospect is discussed, concerning Grete, now that she has “blossomed”?