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1  to sit in the corridor with his hat under the bench like the others.
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2  s documents instead of looking out on the corridor through the grating.
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3  There were only a few people in the corridor, probably because it was Sunday.
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4  A little while later, when he looked out in the corridor, they had already gone.
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5  It consisted of a long corridor from which roughly made doors led out to the separate departments of the attic.
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6  They sat, equally spaced, on two rows of long wooden benches which had been placed along both sides of the corridor.
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7  There were benches set along each side of the corridor just as in the waiting area for the office he went to himself.
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8  A long corridor extended in from of him, air blew in from it which, compared with the air in the studio, was refreshing.
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9  Through the corridor which led between the rooms he saw Leni, to whom the warning cry of the door opener had been directed, still running away in her nightshirt.
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10  There was a man there, half sitting, half laying, his face was buried in his arm on the bench and he seemed to be sleeping; another man was standing in the half-dark at the end of the corridor.
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11  There was no direct source of light but it was not entirely dark as many of the departments, instead of solid walls, had just wooden bars reaching up to the ceiling to separate them from the corridor.
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12  didn't concern himself long with the guard or these people, especially as he saw a turning off the corridor, about half way along it on the right hand side, where there was no door to stop him going that way.
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13  The lawyers' room is on the second floor of the attic; if your foot does go through it will hang down into the first floor of the attic underneath it, and right in the corridor where the litigants are waiting.
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14  The light made its way in through them, and it was also possible to see individual officials through them as they sat writing at their desks or stood up at the wooden frameworks and watched the people on the corridor through the gaps.
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15  Then, the sudden scream that shot out from Franz was long and irrevocable, it seemed to come not from a human being but from an instrument that was being tortured, the whole corridor rang with it, it must have been heard by everyone in the building.
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16  So on Sunday, he set out once more in the same direction, going without hesitation up the steps and through the corridors; some of the people remembered him and greeted him from their doorways, but he no longer needed to ask anyone the way and soon arrived at the right door.
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17  He felt as if he were on a ship in a rough sea, as if the water were hitting against the wooden walls, a thundering from the depths of the corridor as if the torrent were crashing over it, as if the corridor were swaying and the waiting litigants on each side of it rising and sinking.
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