Franz Kafka quote about court from The Trial - Where was the judge he'd never seen? Where was the high court he had never reached?
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Where was the judge he'd never seen? Where was the high court he had never reached?
 Franz Kafka, The Trial (1925). copy citation

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Author Franz Kafka
Source The Trial
Topic court judge
Date 1925
Language English
Reference
Note Translated by David Wyllie
Weblink http://www.gutenberg.org/cache/epub/7849/pg7849-images.html

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“Was he alone? Was it everyone? Would anyone help? Were there objections that had been forgotten? There must have been some. The logic cannot be refuted, but someone who wants to live will not resist it. Where was the judge he'd never seen? Where was the high court he had never reached? He raised both hands and spread out all his fingers.
But the hands of one of the gentleman were laid on K.'s throat, while the other pushed the knife deep into his heart and twisted it there, twice.” source

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