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1  Don't say any more about what danger I'm in, I only fear danger where I want to fear it.
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Get Context   In Chapter Three In the empty Courtroom - The Student - The ...
2  would have liked to make him ten times livelier as he feared the deputy director might disappear again.
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Get Context   In Chapter Seven Lawyer - Manufacturer - Painter
3  he said, "You shouldn't believe everything they tell you, it's the fear of being beaten, it's already made them a bit weak in the head."
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4  He would have liked to leave the pictures in the cab but feared there might be some occasion when he would have to let the painter see he still had them.
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Get Context   In Chapter Seven Lawyer - Manufacturer - Painter
5  And, in the right circumstances, that's basically true, but it's also true that I dislike your anxiety and fear and see that you don't have the trust in me you should have.
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6  In particular, there was nothing to fear from the three bank officials, they had immersed themselves back into their paperwork and there was no alteration to be seen in them.
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7  It would not have been difficult for him to turn down most of these jobs, but he did not dare to do so because, if his fears had the slightest foundation, turning the jobs down would have been an acknowledgement of them.
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Get Context   In Chapter Nine In the Cathedral
8  I think it's much more likely that the court officials will be too lazy, too forgetful, or even to fearful ever to continue with these proceedings and that they will soon be abandoned if they haven't been abandoned already.
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9  Compared with an apparent acquittal, deferment has the advantage that the defendant's future is less uncertain, he's safe from the shock of being suddenly re-arrested and doesn't need to fear the exertions and stress involved in getting an apparent acquittal just when everything else in his life would make it most difficult.
The Trial By Franz Kafka
Get Context   In Chapter Seven Lawyer - Manufacturer - Painter