Traveling at Home: The Trial and the Exotic Heimat
boarding house (in city); office (in city center); home; courtroom (in first suburb); home; courtroom (first suburb); office; city streets with uncle; lawyer Huld’s home (first suburb); office; Titorelli’s attic (suburb diametrically opposite the first suburb); office; lawyer Huld’s home; office; cathedral (in city’s Cathedral Square); boarding house; stone quarry (open fields on edge of city).1
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