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HE came back into the kitchen. The man was still on the floor, lying where he had hit him, and his face was bloody. He was moaning. The woman had backed against the wall and was staring with terrified eyes at Willi, his friend, and when he came in she gave a gasp and broke into loud sobbing. Willi was sitting at the table, his revolver in his hand, with a half empty glass of wine beside him. Hans went up to the table, filled his glass and emptied it at a gulp.
" You look as though you'd had trouble, young fellow," said Willi with a grin.
Hans's face was blood-stained and you could see the gashes of five sharp finger-nails. He put his hand gingerly to his cheek.
" She'd have scratched my eyes out if she could, the bitch. I shall have to put some iodine on. But she's all right now. You go along."
" I don't know. Shall I? It's getting late."
" Don't be a fool. You're a man, aren't you? What if it is getting late? We lost our way."
It was still light and the westering sun streamed into the kichen windows of the farm-house. Willi hesitated a moment. He was a little fellow, dark and thin-faced, a dress designer in civil life, and he didn't want Hans to think him a cissy. He got up and went towards the door through which Hans had come. When the woman saw what he was going to do she gave a shriek and sprang forwards.
" Non. Non," she cried.
With one step Hans was in front of her. He seized her by the shoulders and flung her violently back. She tottered and fell. He took Willi's revolver.

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