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PART I - IN THE SHADOW OF DEATH
CHAPTER 3 - DOWN AND ALMOST OUT

difficulty in talking. My lips were swollen from the beatings. "However, my nerves feel fine. I was beaten and that is very restful under these circumstances." Through the swollen features of my face I forced a smile. I could see that the Rat was flabbergasted.
" You idiot! Do you know how you look?" he asked. His face was somber. What I saw was not an expression of sympathy, but rather a certain amount of desperation alternating with a feeling of loathing.
" Sit down," he said. "We will continue with the interrogation." But he seemed unable to start. He got up. "I can't do this. You smell terrible because of that blood and pus. Your clothing and your neck are covered with it. I can't bear looking at you. Why don't you put yourself into shape? Why don't you wash?"
" You know very well that I can't wash myself," I replied weakly. "I am not allowed to. You must realize that I, too, would like to get rid of this pus and dirt. In any case, sooner or later, I'm bound to get some serious infection and die."
" Wait a minute," he said and walked out of the room, leaving the door ajar. I saw him summon a guard and whisper something to him. The guard left and the Rat returned to me.
" Come with me," he said. He took me through the corridor and into a room which looked like a doctor's office. "Do you know anything about medicines?" he asked.
" I know something," I answered.
" Could you bandage yourself?"
" Yes, I could." I looked around-cotton, alcohol, gauze-all there. I took off my filthy jacket and the pieces of rag serving as a shirt. I washed and dressed my wounds. Suddenly I spotted a jar labeled "penicillin." That was what I needed. I spread it thickly all over, and bandaged myself.
" Put some more on," the Rat suggested. "Don't spare that goddamned gauze or medicine."
I glanced into the mirror. I certainly looked terrible. I must

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