The Trial Chapter 1 Page 54

gave this simple piece of information, saying something sensible at last. “She's at the theatre. Did you want to see her? Should I give her a message?” “I, er, I just wanted to have a few words with her.” “I'm afraid I don't know when she's coming in; she usually gets back late when she's been to the theatre.” “It really doesn't matter,” said K. his head hanging as he turned to the door to leave, “I just wanted to give her my apology for taking over her room today.” “There's no need for that, Mr. K., you're too conscientious, the young lady doesn't know anything about it, she hasn't been home since early this morning and everything's been tidied up again, you can see for yourself.” And she opened the door to Miss Bürstner's room.