A fur jacket.
A full paid scholarship to a music conservatory.
A new violin.
The picture of a woman he has framed in gilt.
His mother feels taking the furniture out is wrong.
Grete tries to take his picture and desk.
The large wardrobe is too heavy for the women to lift.
He sees all his heirlooms and antiques in the living room.
All of the above.
That he has had just about enough of Grete messing with his things.
He has now made a total transformation into a killer bug.
That he loves the woman in this picture more than his sister.
That he's not going to buy her a violin anymore.
That he his little legs have the power to leap.
He loves garbage, is going blind, and sleep under the sofa.
He prefers garbage, is getting weak, and feels comfortable sleeping under the sofa.
He is going blind, he changes from being proud to feeling guilty, and he prefers garbage.
All of the above
A and C
His son disgusts him.
He is only concerned with himself.
He is now employed and looks neat, clean and stands straight.
He no longer sits and read all day.
He has a miserable temper.