Section 1: Literary Analysis Answer each of the following questions according to the specifications. Recall Write a one-paragraph summary of the short story. Classify (write one paragraph of not less than 8 sentences for each) Provide a character analysis of Gregor. Discuss his traits, circumstances, and type. Also, give a justification for your choices (provide examples from the text). Provide a character analysis of Grete, Mr. Samsa, or Mrs. Samsa. Discuss traits, circumstances, and types. Also, give a justification for your choices (provide examples from the text). Apply (write one paragraph of not less than 8 sentences for each) The setting mostly takes place in Gregor’s room. How does this setting apply to Gregor’s circumstances and his family’s circumstances? How does the novella convey modernism? What characteristics are applied? Section 2: Social-Constructivist Analysis. Choose any two prompts. Use at least 2 outside sources to supplement each prompt. You may use the same two sources for each prompt. Write at least two paragraphs of not less than 8 sentences for both paragraphs. Each prompt should contain two-eight sentence paragraphs. One could argue that Gregor’s metamorphosis is directly related to outward and inward stressors. How do people experience a metamorphosis when under stress? Gregor’s family is “saddled” with the responsibility of caring for him after his metamorphosis. What hypothetical examples come to mind about how family members react as care-givers? In Gregor’s case before his metamorphosis, the family is totally reliant on him. What happens to groups (families, work groups, teams, etc.) that depend entirely on one person? Gregor may not have really physically changed; on the contrary, his metamorphosis may have been a manifestation of how he perceived himself. How might physically or mentally ill individuals perceive themselves? In what ways can Gregor’s metamorphosis be compared to other physical or mental metamorphoses? What makes people feel as though they are outcasts in society?