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1  "Good evening, Josef," she said with a glance sideways.
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2  Last Sunday, for instance, that session went on till the evening.
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3  Everything was exactly the same as he had seen it when he had opened the door the previous evening.
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4  nodded, it was too late in the evening to make them do it there and then as he had originally intended.
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5  entered more slowly than he had intended, looked at first glance exactly the same as it had the previous evening.
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6  could feel the evenness of their steps but could not do the same, as from step to step he was virtually being carried.
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7  It was also her fault that he had not had any dinner that evening and that he had been unable to visit Elsa as he had intended.
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8  Seen in this way, there was no choice but to take his representation away from the lawyer very soon, at best that very evening.
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9  So I'll start off with the one I'm currently painting, and put the assertion to him when he comes for his sitting this evening.
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10  Instead of the darkness he expected, he saw everything unchanged from the previous evening, and did not know how he should respond.
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11  s thirty-first birthday - it was about nine o'clock in the evening, the time when the streets were quiet - two men came to where he lived.
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12  He threw himself down on his bed, and from the dressing table he took the nice apple that he had put there the previous evening for his breakfast.
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13  At half past nine that evening, when he arrived back in front of the building where he lived, he met a young lad in the doorway who was standing there, his legs apart and smoking a pipe.
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14  needed to apply all his thoughts to his work, when he was still rising and already posed a threat to the deputy-director, when every hour passed so quickly and he wanted to enjoy the brief evenings and nights as a young man, this was the time he had to start working out these documents.
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15  usually spent his evenings after work - he usually stayed in the office until nine o'clock - with a short walk, either by himself or in the company of some of the bank officials, and then he would go into a pub where he would sit at the regulars' table with mostly older men until eleven.
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16  expected another summons to arrive, he could not believe that his rejection of any more hearings had been taken literally, and when the expected summons really had not come by Saturday evening he took it to mean that he was expected, without being told, to appear at the same place at the same time.
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17  Or else, like happened yesterday, I might come back home late in the evening - please forgive my appearance and the room being in a mess, it is to do with them - so, I might come home late in the evening and want to go to bed, then I feel something pinching my leg, look under the bed and pull another of them out from under it.
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