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The Trial

The Trial

  

by Franz Kafka

The Trial Isolation Quotes

How we cite our quotes: Citations follow this format: (Chapter.Paragraph). We used Breon Mitchell's translation.

Quote #10

He pictured the vice president […] discovering errors, which K felt threatened by from a thousand directions as he worked, errors he could no longer avoid. (9.1)

K. starts to act more and more like Block as the novel progresses. By Chapter 9, he's the victim of Block's "senseless anxiety" (see Quote # 9 above), anticipating threats from every corner.

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