How does the author create a sense of sadness about the situation?
He sets the story on a rainy day.
He gives Gregor an ordinary room.
He makes Gregor a textile salesman.
He has Gregor waking from a bad dream.
I'm torn between A and D here.
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If you'd pay attention to the so obvious link I posted FIRST on this question, maybe you'd be able to read and figure it out for yourself. I have no use for you if you're not going to bother to look at the resources provided.
it may be the rain because in the third paragraph there's a quote that says "Drops of rain could be heard hitting the pane, which made him feel quite sad"
However, from being an author myself, I know that both that and D would be used to make a depressed or sorrowful air to the story.
D will create more a past sorrow though, one that haunts him in his dreams but may not follow him into his real life and probably not into this story.