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Kein Schnaps chapter summaries
On the way to the train, Obuch's the narrator suitcase was much heavier than it was three days ago, when he first arrived. He had exactly the same things in his suitcase but the way home it is always heavier when one does not have any success. It was an Afternoon in October and the flat land sat under a gray sky. He felt just like the sky-gray. He didn't like the name on the bottle because it was the name of the guy with whom he had tried to make a , DM deal, but he was not successful. His suitcase wasn't as heavy after having a double schnaps. He went to the train.