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The Trial

The Trial

by Franz Kafka

The Trial: Quotes (What was Said) True or False

1. Who "lived in a state governed by law, there was universal peace, all statutes were in force; who dared assault him in his own lodgings?"? -> Huld
2. Who said, ""Judges on the lowest level, and those are the only ones I know, don’t have the power to grant a final acquittal, that power resides only in the highest court, which is totally inaccessible to you and me and everyone else."? -> Titorelli
3. "Progress had always been made, but the nature of this progress could never be specified." This expresses K's dissatisfaction with -> Huld
4. Who said, "Both methods have this in common: they prevent the accused from being convicted."? -> Josef K
5. Who said, ""What a pretty claw!"? -> Josef K

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