English, 08.11.2019 01:31 michell282

"we must get rid of it," cried the sister again, "that's the
only thing for it, father. you just have to put from your
mind any thought that it's gregor."
- michael hofmann, trans., the metamorphosis
"he's got to go," cried his sister, "that's the only solution,
father. you must just try to get rid of the idea that it's
- malcolm pasley, trans., the metamorphosis
hofmann's translation shows that the sister has stopped thinking of gregor
as human because she:
a. cries and gets emotional.
b. refers to gregor as "it.
c. wants to get rid of gregor.
d. speaks angrily to gregor.

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