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The Basic Kafka Chapter Summary & Analysis - The Judgment Summary

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The Judgment Summary

Georg Bendemann is sitting in his home and has just finished a letter to his friend, who has moved to Russia. His friend is now running a business in St. Petersburg, which is not going well. Georg doesn't know what to write to his friend, since he is too far away to help him. He doesn't know whether he should advise his friend to come home or not, not wanting to insinuate his friend should just give up. His friend has lived in Russia for three years. During that time, Georg's mother had died and he runs his own business, which is doing well. He doesn't let his friend know about his success, or his engagement to a woman named Frieda Brandenfeld. Frieda says she guesses his friend will not come to the wedding, and Georg says he doesn't want to force his friend to...

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