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callielovesyhuu

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@timo619 In Franz Kafka's The Metamorphosis, the protagonist, Gregor Samsa, turns into a giant insect. He clings to the framed photograph of the woman in fur when his sister and mother start removing furniture from his room. What might Gregor’s action most clearly symbolize?

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  1. callielovesyhuu
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    his newfound love for crawling on objects his love of wealth and material things his need to hold on to his human memories his love for the woman in the framed picture his need for caring and affectionate women

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    his love for the woman. oops.

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