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1  He had never seen the man in this house before.
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2  There was immediately a knock at the door and a man entered.
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3  "No," said the man at the window, who threw his book down on a coffee table and stood up.
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4  "It's better for you if you give us the things than if you leave them in the storeroom," they said.
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5  "I meant it for your own good," said the stranger and opened the door, this time without being asked.
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6  They were significantly bigger than him, especially the second man, who frequently slapped him on the shoulder.
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7  , looking back and forth between this new acquaintance and the one named Franz, who had remained in the doorway.
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8  entered more slowly than he had intended, looked at first glance exactly the same as it had the previous evening.
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9  There was a little laughter in the neighbouring room, it was not clear from the sound of it whether there were several people laughing.
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10  , making a movement as if tearing himself away from the two men - even though they were standing well away from him - and wanted to go.
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11  wanted to sit down, but then he saw that, apart from the chair by the window, there was nowhere anywhere in the room where he could sit.
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12  Through the open window he noticed the old woman again, who had come close to the window opposite so that she could continue to see everything.
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13  Every day at eight in the morning he was brought his breakfast by Mrs. Grubach's cook - Mrs. Grubach was his landlady - but today she didn't come.
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14  He tried to work out who the man actually was, first in silence, just through observation and by thinking about it, but the man didn't stay still to be looked at for very long.
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15  It immediately occurred to him that he needn't have said this out loud, and that he must to some extent have acknowledged their authority by doing so, but that didn't seem important to him at the time.
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16  s nightshirt, and said he would now have to wear one that was of much lower quality, but that they would keep the nightshirt along with his other underclothes and return them to him if his case turned out well.
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17  waited a little while, looked from his pillow at the old woman who lived opposite and who was watching him with an inquisitiveness quite unusual for her, and finally, both hungry and disconcerted, rang the bell.
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18  It's not really part of my job to be friendly towards you like this, but I hope no-one, apart from Franz, will hear about it, and he's been more friendly towards you than he should have been, under the rules, himself.
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19  Perhaps there was a little more space in there than usual today, but if so it was not immediately obvious, especially as the main difference was the presence of a man sitting by the open window with a book from which he now looked up.
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20  He was slim but firmly built, his clothes were black and close-fitting, with many folds and pockets, buckles and buttons and a belt, all of which gave the impression of being very practical but without making it very clear what they were actually for.
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