1 He soon made the discovery that he could no longer move at all.
2 As soon as he had finally finished turning round he began to move straight ahead.
3 He moved very gradually, as if there had been some secret prohibition on leaving the room.
4 He held back the urge to move but swayed from side to side as he crouched there on the floor.
5 And despite this condition, he was not too shy to move forward a little onto the immaculate floor of the living room.
6 And so he ran up to his father, stopped when his father stopped, scurried forwards again when he moved, even slightly.
7 Gregor was so resentful of it that he started to move toward her, he was slow and infirm, but it was like a kind of attack.
8 After a while he had already moved so far across that it would have been hard for him to keep his balance if he rocked too hard.
9 He did not keep still for a moment while Gregor was speaking, but moved steadily towards the door without taking his eyes off him.
10 His disappointment at the failure of his plan, and perhaps also because he was weak from hunger, made it impossible for him to move.
11 This was no surprise to him, it seemed rather that being able to actually move around on those spindly little legs until then was unnatural.
12 But the loudest complaint was that although the flat was much too big for their present circumstances, they could not move out of it, there was no imaginable way of transferring Gregor to the new address.
13 As nobody could understand him, nobody, not even his sister, thought that he could understand them, so he had to be content to hear his sister's sighs and appeals to the saints as she moved about his room.
14 If he wanted to bend one of them, then that was the first one that would stretch itself out; and if he finally managed to do what he wanted with that leg, all the others seemed to be set free and would move about painfully.
15 At first he moved it because, with no other room free where he could crawl about, he was forced to, but later on he came to enjoy it although moving about in that the way left him sad and tired to death and he would remain immobile for hours afterwards.
16 The woman most likely meant to fetch the things back out again when she had time and the opportunity, or to throw everything out in one go, but what actually happened was that they were left where they landed when they had first been thrown unless Gregor made his way through the junk and moved it somewhere else.
17 Gregor kept trying to assure himself that nothing unusual was happening, it was just a few pieces of furniture being moved after all, but he soon had to admit that the women going to and fro, their little calls to each other, the scraping of the furniture on the floor, all these things made him feel as if he were being assailed from all sides.
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