1 When he left me I went to my room.
2 I went back to the room, and taking a lamp, tried all the doors.
3 I went out on the stairs, and found a room looking towards the South.
4 When you are ready, come into the other room, where you will find your supper prepared.
5 Of course I said all I could about being willing, and asked if I might come into that room when I chose.
6 He did not come at once into the library, so I went cautiously to my own room and found him making the bed.
7 Having then reached my normal state, I discovered that I was half famished with hunger; so making a hasty toilet, I went into the other room.
8 Last evening when the Count came from his room he began by asking me questions on legal matters and on the doing of certain kinds of business.
9 There was absolutely nothing in the room, book, newspaper, or even writing materials; so I opened another door in the room and found a sort of library.
10 From the windows I could see that the suite of rooms lay along to the south of the castle, the windows of the end room looking out both west and south.
11 When I had dressed myself I went into the room where we had supped, and found a cold breakfast laid out, with coffee kept hot by the pot being placed on the hearth.
12 I went into my own room and drew the curtains, but there was little to notice; my window opened into the courtyard, all I could see was the warm grey of quickening sky.
13 He grew excited as he spoke, and walked about the room pulling his great white moustache and grasping anything on which he laid his hands as though he would crush it by main strength.
14 I sank back in my seat, having just had time to replace the letters as they had been and to resume my book before the Count, holding still another letter in his hand, entered the room.
15 The Count halted, putting down my bags, closed the door, and crossing the room, opened another door, which led into a small octagonal room lit by a single lamp, and seemingly without a window of any sort.
16 Whilst I was placing them in order I heard a rattling of china and silver in the next room, and as I passed through, noticed that the table had been cleared and the lamp lit, for it was by this time deep into the dark.
17 At the end of this he threw open a heavy door, and I rejoiced to see within a well-lit room in which a table was spread for supper, and on whose mighty hearth a great fire of logs, freshly replenished, flamed and flared.
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