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The Flower In Kafkas Metamorphosis Grete is experiencing many changes during her brothers transformation Gretes metamorphosis is symmetrical to that of a flower It occurs as a result of her surroundings coupled with what she is being subjected to Through it all she goes from being a young seed to being a beautiful flower Like a seed Grete is simply an entity that has not reached full potential Gretes love for Gregor is unmatched even by that of their parents Arent you well Grete asked p 217 She is the only member of the family that shows genuine concern Gretes love reciprocates the love that Gregor has for her Gretes change is now similar to that of a bud As this bud develops so does a sense of duty to her brother This familial duty drives Grete to deal with the present and face reality As part of this realization she becomes the sole caretaker of this thing which has taken her brothers place Comfort and edible meals are a top priority at this stage with regard to Gregor She now considers herself an expert in Gregors affairs The intensity with which she performs her duties is borderline neurotic When Mrs Samsa tries to strip her of cleaning duties Grete burst into a storm of weepingp237 At this stage Greta is learning to set her emotions into action The stress of Gregors condition is taking a major toll on Grete She has gone from a life of comfort to one of poverty and shame This once liquid soul is now taking form Grete is realistic and confident in the fact that if this were Gregor he would have realized long ago that human beings cant live with such a creature and hed have gone away on his own accord He must go cried Gregors sister p241 Grete once a mere seed is now a flower in bloom Shes the
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