Then he climbed up to the second floor, hung up his clothes, fell over and lay down on the bed. When he woke up, the pocket watch had gone to two ten in the afternoon, and the
blazing sun hung outside, shining through the clouds. In this brilliant gold, Klein stood beside the desk, looking out the oriel window, looking at pedestrians with old and tattered clothes,
and looking at them either entering or leaving Tieshishijie. He breathed out slowly and finally got rid of the lowness. The road has to be walked step by step, the sequence has to be improved
layer by layer, and everything has to be like this. He shook his head, sat down, and began to summarize and sort out the experience of last week, repeating the key points he had kept in mind
before, so as to avoid forgetting and omissions.