The Trial Chapter 1 Page 62

be now? It is a little odd, isn't it?” “I've been waiting for you since nine o'clock.” “Well, I was at the theatre, I didn't know anything about you waiting for me.” “The reason I need to speak to you only came up today” “I see, well I don't see why not, I suppose, apart from being so tired I could drop. Come into my room for a few minutes then. We certainly can't talk out here, we'd wake everyone up and I think that would be more unpleasant for us than for them.

Wait here till I've put the light on in my room, and then turn the light down out here.” K. did as he was told, and then even waited until Miss Bürstner came out of her room and quietly invited him, once more, to come in. “Sit down,” she said, indicating the ottoman,