Surely, his very features changed their form, his jaw looked sometimes large and sometimes small; and the little ripple in his nose was a preparation for metamorphosis.
She might have compared her experience at that moment to the vague, alarmed consciousness that her life was taking on a new form that she was undergoing a metamorphosis in which memory would not adjust itself to the stirring of new organs.
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the metamorphosis of the old house into something new and exciting
Strangely enough, in some ways Gramps seemed as upset with Dad’s metamorphosis as Henry had been.