How does wyllie's translation of the metamorphosis make gregor seem more connected to his family than neugroschel's does? a. wyllie makes gregor use his jaws to snap at his mother after she spills coffee. b. wyllie refers to gregor's parents as "his mother" and "his father" instead of "the mother" and "the father."c. wyllie has gregor gently call his mother's name, trying to calm her. d. wyllie says that gregor's mother flees into the arms of gregor's father.
The best answer to the question: How does Wyllie´s translation of The Metamorphosis make Gregor seem more connected to his family than Neugroschel´s does? Would be, B: Wyllie refers to Gregor´s parents as "his mother" and "his father" instead of "the mother" and "the father".
"The Metamorphosis" is a novel that was written by author Franz Kafka, and which was published in 1915 for the first time. Because the book´s original language was German, there have been several people who have taken the time to translate this famous work into other languages, particularly English. Joachim Neugroschel was one of them, and the other was David Wyllie.
When you read the two excerpts of this story, which were translated by each of these men, you notice a big difference between them and that is, that Neugroschel establishes a distancing between Gregor and his parents by not refering to them as "his parents", but rather using a more neutral term "the mother" and "the father". Wyllie, on the other hand, establishes the closer connection of Gregor to these two people in the scene by not just mentioning the parentage connection, but also by using the pronoun "his", which shows that these parents are not just random ones, or anyone´s parents, but specifically connected to Gregor. This is why the answer is B.
- "these rights are natural and god-given to all men equally." (i disagree cuz i kind of think it's 'a' but who knows.)
first question's answer is a. they felt bad for the kitten, and started feeling guilty for not it.
second question's answer is c. she was trying to prevent the kitten from further screaming.
third question's answer is a. the mother and aunt fran faced their fears of cats, from it.