The Castle - Chapter III: Frieda and Chapter IV: First Conversation with the Landlady Summary & Analysis

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Chapter III: Frieda and Chapter IV: First Conversation with the Landlady Summary

K. accompanies Olga into the inn's taproom and meets Frieda, a blond woman who is in charge of serving beer. The woman has a peculiar gaze, as if she could see into his soul and knew him better than he even knew himself. K. asks her if she knows Klamm and Frieda just asks if he would like to see him. K. looks through a peephole in the wall and sees a rather large, bespectacled man sitting over a desk. K. asks Frieda if she knows Klamm very well and says that she is actually his mistress. He praises her ambition and accomplishment—being the mistress of an official like Klamm is quite an honor. The two of them hit it off immediately and quickly make...

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