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Franz Kafka's clear isolation of Gregor underlines the households' separation from society. From The Metamorphosis, Kafka highlights Gregor's seclusion from his family. However, Gregor's fracture is involuntary unlike the household that isolates themselves from the choices that they make. Each household member has characteristics separating them from society. These attributes be unraveling than Gregor, displaying the real isolation contained in The Metamorphosis. Grete's isolation from society stems from her interest and passion for her nearest and dearest. Grete spends all her time in the home caring for the relatives. Kafka describes her as "perceptive; she'd already begun to shout when Gregor was still lying calmly on his trunk" (Kafka 16). Throughout the text she becomes the sole reason Gregor stays alive. Grete spends her days fretting about the various foods Gregor likes and dislikes, how to create his room more comfortable, and attempting to make him feel more comfortable. Gregor is not the only family member whose health is cared for by Grete. "His sister, working together with her mom, needed to do the cooking also; of course which did not cause her much trouble, since they hardly ate whatever" (Kafka 25). Kafka incorporates family chores along with also her mother's sickness, escalating Grete's isolation. Throughout her mum many asthma strikes, Grete arrives first to nurse her to health. Through the text Grete never mentions matters of importance beyond her loved ones and her love for music. Gregor's dad demotes social views of himself by his actions. Gregor's father depends on Gregor to your earnings for the household. When Gregor morphs into a insect, Mr. Samsa reluctantly becomes the sole provider for his loved ones. Getting a.