The Metamorphosis Novel Part II

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  • 1. 

    Because Grete was close to him when his family seemed to take him for granted ( before his metamorphosis ), Gregor plans to surprise her Christmas Eve with

    • A.

      A fur jacket.

    • B.

      A full paid scholarship to a music conservatory.

    • C.

      A new violin.

    • D.

      The picture of a woman he has framed in gilt.

    Correct Answer
    B. A full paid scholarship to a music conservatory.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is a full paid scholarship to a music conservatory. This is because the question states that Gregor plans to surprise Grete on Christmas Eve, and it is mentioned that Grete was close to him when his family seemed to take him for granted. Giving her a full paid scholarship to a music conservatory would be a thoughtful and generous surprise, showing his appreciation for her support and love.

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  • 2. 

    At first, Gregor is pleased that Grete and his mother are removing the furniture from his room. He changes his mind when

    • A.

      His mother feels taking the furniture out is wrong.

    • B.

      Grete tries to take his picture and desk.

    • C.

      The large wardrobe is too heavy for the women to lift.

    • D.

      He sees all his heirlooms and antiques in the living room.

    • E.

      All of the above.

    Correct Answer
    A. His mother feels taking the furniture out is wrong.
    Explanation
    Gregor is initially pleased that Grete and his mother are removing the furniture from his room because he feels relieved that he no longer has to live in a cluttered and confined space. However, his opinion changes when he realizes that his mother feels taking the furniture out is wrong. This suggests that Gregor's mother still has a sentimental attachment to the furniture and does not fully accept Gregor's transformation. This realization adds to Gregor's feelings of isolation and alienation, as he recognizes that his own family is rejecting him.

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  • 3. 

    Gregor sits on the picture on his wall and says that he would sooner jump onto Grete's face than relinquish it. This proves

    • A.

      That he has had just about enough of Grete messing with his things.

    • B.

      He has now made a total transformation into a killer bug.

    • C.

      That he loves the woman in this picture more than his sister.

    • D.

      That he's not going to buy her a violin anymore.

    • E.

      That he his little legs have the power to leap.

    Correct Answer
    A. That he has had just about enough of Grete messing with his things.
    Explanation
    The given correct answer is that Gregor has had just about enough of Grete messing with his things. This is evident from the statement where Gregor expresses his unwillingness to relinquish the picture on his wall and states that he would sooner jump onto Grete's face. This response indicates his frustration and irritation towards Grete's interference with his belongings.

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  • 4. 

    The three changes that Gregor undergoes in this part of the novella are:

    • A.

      He loves garbage, is going blind, and sleep under the sofa.

    • B.

      He prefers garbage, is getting weak, and feels comfortable sleeping under the sofa.

    • C.

      He is going blind, he changes from being proud to feeling guilty, and he prefers garbage.

    • D.

      All of the above

    • E.

      A and C

    Correct Answer
    D. All of the above
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "all of the above." In this part of the novella, Gregor undergoes three changes: he loves garbage, he is going blind, and he sleeps under the sofa. Additionally, he prefers garbage, he is getting weak, and he feels comfortable sleeping under the sofa. Finally, he is going blind, he changes from being proud to feeling guilty, and he prefers garbage. Therefore, all of these changes are true for Gregor in this part of the novella.

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  • 5. 

    Mr Samsa has undergone a metamorphosis. Which sentence best describes the change in him?

    • A.

      His son disgusts him.

    • B.

      He is only concerned with himself.

    • C.

      He is now employed and looks neat, clean and stands straight.

    • D.

      He no longer sits and read all day.

    • E.

      He has a miserable temper.

    Correct Answer
    C. He is now employed and looks neat, clean and stands straight.
    Explanation
    This sentence best describes the change in Mr. Samsa because it indicates that he is now employed and has transformed his appearance and posture. This suggests that he has undergone a positive change in his life and is no longer idle or unkempt.

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