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Gregor's transformation into a monstrous vermin and job secluded him from his family and society. His family declined to recognize that Gregor was a part of the family when he transformed and treated him like a curse and disgrace. Because Gregor's a bug he can't communicate with anyone thus contributing to his isolation. Gregor spends most of the time in his room, isolated from his family. When Grete removed all of Gregor's furniture out of his room, he finally loses all the connection he has from the real world because it dehumanizes him.
Gregor's purpose in life was to support his family financially and aid his sister, Grete, to a conservatory. Gregor feels obligated to solely support his family. Although he dislikes his job, he knows that he must work hard to support his family. However, when Gregor was unable to work, Grete had to support and help him. Unlike Gregor, at the end, Grete exclaims that she has done her part in supporting her family. When it came to Gregor's family helping Gregor in his time of need, they failed.
Even when Gregor discovered that he had been transformed into a monstrous vermin, his only concern was about his family, his boss, and his work-everything but himself. Gregor, who does everything for his family and expects nothing in return, feels guilt that Grete,his sister, is serving him by bringing him food. Gregor's guilt plays a main role in his mentality that he feels the need to hide under the couch, so his sister wouldn't have to look at him and be repulsed. In addition, Gregor feels guilt in the matter that he's no longer the breadwinner of the family thus making his father, mother, and sister work. In the conclusion of the novella, when Grete forces Gregor to go in his room because he disturbed her violin performance, the guilt of that drives him to ultimately die in his room. The overall massive guilt in Gregor's mind consumes him to the point of death.
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