While doing some research on Kafka, and The Trial. I came across a book cover which stood out to me and seemed to fit very well with the novel. On the cover it shows a man with a blindfold over his face. Although it is often said to “never to judge a book by its cover”, this cover seems quite fitting after reading a third of the book. The blindfold shows the lack of knowledge that K knows about his arrest and trial, and how he must defend himself almost “blindfolded” hoping that he will be able to overcome this accusation.