Chapter 4: What is up with J.K.’s infatuation with Fräulein Bürstner?
Chapter 5: Is Joseph crazy? Is this a dream? There are men in the lumber room of K’s bank: the whipper and the two wardens. Why? The wardens are in trouble for their behavior at Joseph’s arrest and the whipper is there to do what whippers do best.
Chapter 6: Joseph has relatives. His uncle shows up to give him advice and then drags him to his ill lawyer friend. There are more snapping teeth. This time they belong to nurse Leni; she bites Joseph K. to get his attention. Her tactic works and the two spend time together which further ruins Joseph’s hopes for a positive case.
I am bewildered by this book.