What can you infer about gregor from this excerpt? a. he is ungrateful and refuses to eat all of the food that grete brings for him b. his appetite is good, which shows that his body is trying to return to human form c. he always eats trash, and grete is trying to get him to remember being human d. his eating habits are changing, and he is becoming physically less human
He is acting more like a bug and less like a human.
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the correct answer is D. he is acting more like a bug and less like a human.
Explanation: In The Metamorphosis by Franz Kafka, Gregor Samsa, a traveling salesman, wakes up one morning and finds that he's transformed into a giant cockroach. He notices he's missed his train, and gets acquainted with his strange new body as he is concern about his stressful salesman job.
C. He is becoming less human and more like a bug.
He didn't assume the worst when he noticed the change in his voice
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Your answer is B. He is becoming less human and more like a bug
Not only is the entire book about a human becoming a bug, but him liking rotten foods more than fresh ones is not human nature.
The answer is A: He is acting more like a bug and less like a human.
In Kafka´s story the reader witnesses what the French philosopher, Gilles Deleuze, termed a becoming animal. Gregor, the main character of the story, ceases to be a human being while at the same time, begins his transformation as a bug, and yet, he is not quite a bug nor a human being anymore, he is something novel, a bug that speaks and thinks like Gregor, and a human being getting accustomed and shaped by a new and unwanted experience: being turned into a bug. Kafka´s story shows the inconsistencies of human consciousness and the unexpected turns that shape it into what it is, and what it is, never is something fully determined nor constituted.
The correct answer is C.
In this excerpt of Kafka's "The Metamorphosis," we can observe how Gregor is slowly losing his human part and giving in to his new insect ways.
Instead of being attracted to the fresh food, he feels an intense urge to consume the garbage and rotten edibles, just like insects do. Not only that, he has to push the good food away because he cannot longer stander its smell.
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