"When Gregor Samsa woke up one morning from unsettling dreams, he found himself changed in his bed into a monstrous vermin."(Kafka 1066).
"With hostile expression his father clenched his fist, as if to drive to Gregor back into his room, then looked uncertainly around the living room, shielded his eyes with his hands, and sobbed with heaves of his powerful chest"(Kafka 1076).
“To find out his likes and dislikes, she brought him a wide assortment of things, all spread out on an old newspaper: old, half-rotten vegetables… a slice of bread and butter, and one with butter and salt” (Kafka 1082).
“He had filled his pockets from the fruit bowl on the buffet and was now pitching one apple after another, for the time being without taking good aim” (Kafka 1093).
“‘I herewith declare,” he said, raising his hand and casting his eyes around for Gregor’s mother and sister too, “that in view of the disgusting conditions prevailing in this apartment and family” - here he spat curtly and decisively on the floor - “I give notice as of now”” (Kafka 1102).
“Then, without his consent, his head sank down to the floor, and from his nostrils streamed his last weak breath” (Kafka 1105).