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"Keeping his eyes fixed upon the Castle, K. went ahead, nothing else mattered to him. But as he came closer he was disappointed in the Castle, it was only a rather miserable little tower pieced together from village houses, distinctive only because everything was perhaps built out of stone, but the paint had long since flaked off, and the stone seemed to be crumbling." p. 8

"'Surely you aren't afraid—those who are ignorant naturally consider everything possible'—here K. opened the door—'surely you aren't afraid for Klamm's sake?' The landlady looked after him in silence as he hurried down the stairs followed by the assistants." p. 56

"'No,' said the chairman, seizing one phrase, 'those telephone answers are of "real significance," how could it be otherwise? How could the information supplied by a Castle official be meaningless? I said so already in relation to...

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