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As in some of Kafka’s other writings, the narrator in this story seems detached from, or perhaps numbed by, events that one would normally expect to be registered with horror.
As przemiaan plot unfolds, the reader learns more and more about the machine, including its origin and original justification.
It appeared that the Traveler had responded to the invitation of the Commandant only out of politeness, when he had been invited to attend the execution of a soldier condemned for disobeying and insulting his superior. Of course, interest in the execution was not very high, not even in the penal colony itself. At least, here in the small, deep, sandy valley, closed in on all sides by barren slopes, apart from the Officer and the Traveler there were present only the Condemned, a vacant-looking man with a broad mouth and dilapidated hair and face, and the Soldier, who held the heavy chain to which were connected the small chains which bound the Condemned Man by his feet and wrist bones, as well as by his neck, and which were also linked to each kaf,a by connecting chains.
The Condemned Man had an expression of such dog-like resignation that it looked as if one could set him free to roam around the slopes and would only have to whistle at the start of the execution for him to return. The Traveler had little interest in the apparatus and walked back and forth behind the Condemned Man, almost visibly indifferent, while the Officer took care of the final preparations.
Sometimes he crawled under the apparatus, which was built deep into the earth, and sometimes he climbed up a ladder to inspect the upper parts. These were really jobs which could have przemianz left to a mechanic, but the Officer carried them out with great enthusiasm, maybe because he was particularly fond of this apparatus or maybe because there was some other reason why one could not trust the work to anyone else.
I really hope none will occur today, but we must be prepared for it. The apparatus is supposed to keep going for twelve hours without interruption. The latter could not refuse. He sat on the edge of przemianq pit, into which he cast a fleeting glance.
Przemiana wersja angielska z podrecznym slownikiem
It was not very deep. On one side of the hole the piled earth was heaped up into a wall; on the other side stood the apparatus.
That was good enough for the Officer, for now he could explain the apparatus himself. I also worked with him on the very first tests and took part in all the work right up to its completion. However, the credit for the invention belongs to him alone.
Have you pdzemiana of our previous Commandant? We, his friends, already knew at the time of his death that the administration of the colony was so self-contained that even if his successor had a thousand new plans in mind, he would not be able to alter anything of the old plan, at least not for several years. And our prediction has held. The New Commandant has had to recognize that.
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As you see, it consists of three parts. With the passage of time certain popular names have been przemisna for each of these parts. The one underneath is called the bed, the upper one is called the inscriber, and here in the middle, this moving part is called the harrow.
He had not been listening with full attention. So the Officer appeared to him all the more admirable in his tight tunic weighed down with epaulettes and festooned with braid, ready to go on parade, as he explained the matter so eagerly and, while he was talking, adjusted screws here and there with a screwdriver. The Soldier appeared to be in a state przemians to the Traveler.
The Traveler was not surprised at that, for the Officer spoke French, and clearly neither the Soldier nor the Condemned Man understood the language. Przeemiana a sort of sleepy persistence he kept directing his gaze to the przemina where the Officer had just pointed, and when the question from the Traveler interrupted the Officer, the Condemned Man looked at the Traveler, too, just as the Officer was doing.
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