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" You don't ? So simple. I give you this third charge. You become insensible. I carry you downstairs. By the time we are at the bottom you have recovered your ability to walk. But your memory has gone. You do not even recognise me. We walk out together, arm in arm ; you a little dazed, and rather pathetically wondering who you are and what has happened to you. We walk up towards Long Acre. In one of the less pleasant side-streets there I turn and leave you. You are helpless and alone. Eventually you are found ; a passing pedestrian or a policeman gets hold of you ; discovers who you are. You are sent home. Doctors are called in. They look glum and shake their heads. ` A stroke,' they say. 'One more

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