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1  He did not turn his head until he had reached the doorway.
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2  She happened to be holding the long broom in her hand, so she tried to tickle Gregor with it from the doorway.
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3  Nor would he ever have allowed Gregor the time to get himself upright as preparation for getting through the doorway.
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4  Gregor's mother immediately appeared in the doorway with a dish of meat and soon behind her came his sister with a dish piled high with potatoes.
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5  The charwoman stood in the doorway with a smile on her face as if she had some tremendous good news to report, but would only do it if she was clearly asked to.
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6  He was pleased when he finally had his head in front of the doorway, but then saw that it was too narrow, and his body was too broad to get through it without further difficulty.
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7  What he did, making more noise than ever, was to drive Gregor forwards all the harder as if there had been nothing in the way; it sounded to Gregor as if there was now more than one father behind him; it was not a pleasant experience, and Gregor pushed himself into the doorway without regard for what might happen.
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