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1  Gregor's father soon appeared with the music stand, his mother with the music and his sister with the violin.
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2  The violin went silent, the middle of the three gentlemen first smiled at his two friends, shaking his head, and then looked back at Gregor.
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3  He was not even startled out of this state when the violin on his mother's lap fell from her trembling fingers and landed loudly on the floor.
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4  Throughout all this time, Gregor could not remember having heard the violin being played, but this evening it began to be heard from the kitchen.
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5  When the violin began playing they became attentive, stood up and went on tip-toe over to the door of the hallway where they stood pressed against each other.
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6  He was determined to make his way forward to his sister and tug at her skirt to show her she might come into his room with her violin, as no-one appreciated her playing here as much as he would.
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7  His father seemed to think it more important to calm the three gentlemen before driving Gregor out, even though they were not at all upset and seemed to think Gregor was more entertaining than the violin playing had been.
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8  It really now seemed very obvious that they had expected to hear some beautiful or entertaining violin playing but had been disappointed, that they had had enough of the whole performance and it was only now out of politeness that they allowed their peace to be disturbed.
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