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The Castle - Chapter IX: The Struggle Against the Interrogation and Chapter X: On the Street Summary & Analysis

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Chapter IX: The Struggle Against the Interrogation and Chapter X: On the Street Summary

K. finally decides to leave the courtyard and goes back into the Gentlemen's Inn. The young gentleman who had tried to beckon him away from Klamm's sleigh is inside, seemingly waiting for him. The gentleman he discovers, is Momus, Klamm's village secretary. Also present are the landlord and landlady from K.'s inn. They tell K. that Klamm has left, apparently immediately after he vacated the courtyard. Momus is interested in talking to K. to fill out a few details about what happened. K. is not interested in the interrogation, but the landlady encourages him to do so. She insists that Klamm will never talk to him if he does not want to (and, evidently, he does not want to) and that taking...

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