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PART I - IN THE SHADOW OF DEATH
CHAPTER 2 - I MEET THE RAT

connections which Kovago continued to develop after the war."
By the time the "confession" was finished, it must have been near dawn again. I was half dead from exhaustion. The Rat pushed the papers in front of me and asked me to sign them. I refused.
" All right, you'll sign them tomorrow," he informed me angrily. "Up against the wall, you swine!" I heard the shower of abuse again. When he stopped, a wonderful feeling of fatigue came over me, and I fell asleep standing up. Half asleep, I could still hear his monotonous, sinister voice reading, "A career which will skyrocket ... his death will not be devoid of violence ... beware of water." I awoke in the arms of a guard who was carrying me down to the cell. By then night and day had merged into one.
The Rat kept bringing me back to his office. It was obvious that he was trying to break down my morale, and put the fragments of my past life into a jigsaw puzzle which would prove that all I had ever done was in preparation to serve Western imperialists, to start secret conspiracies in order to overthrow the People's Democracy. Interrogation followed interrogation, and the only comical part of all this effort was that he insisted on tracing back the beginning of my sinister scheming and planning to a date so early that no one in Hungary could have dreamed that there could ever be a People's Democracy. Back in those years, about 1944, probably not even Stalin saw this clearly.

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