With a smile he approached her and wished her a good afternoon, which Pavlína had responded to as well and gave him a printed review, which the editor must read and approve before Pavlína could send an electronic version to the corrector. The editor smiled heartily at her and flattered her that she had done so soon. He took a few sheets of reviews from her and made him read by walking.
Pavlína took a step with him – returning to the Editors ' Department on the floor, but the editor stopped in the corridor to tell her that the review was very good and could go to the press. Then he asked her if he had coffee. Pavlina agreed, of course. They both headed for the kitchen, whose red cloth blinds were lifted, so that it was well seen. No one was right inside.