The excerpt represents the core issue or deciding factor on which you must meditate, and is drawn from The Case of The Lamp That Went Out by Grace Isabel Colbron and Augusta Groner:|
nothing whatever to do with love."
There was nothing else in Winkler's room which could be of any value
to Muller in the problem that was now before him. And yet he was
very well satisfied with the result of his errand.
He entered his cab again, ordering the driver to take him to
Hietzing. Just before he had reached the corner where he had told
the man to stop, another cab passed them, a coupe, in which was a
solitary woman. Muller had just time enough to recognise this woman
as Adele Bernauer, and to see that she looked even more haggard and
miserable than she had that morning. She did not look up as the
other cab passed her carriage, therefore she did not see Muller.