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that not a word of this is true." My head was full of such thoughts. Tears rolled down my cheeks. My whole body ached. Something must have gone wrong with my nerves.
Suddenly I heard the voice of the Rat speaking to me almost in a friendly tone, "Look, Kovago, give it up. That happens to everybody. It has happened to you now too. You must sign this confession and trust us that perhaps we'll be merciful with your life."
My nerves snapped suddenly. In a rage, I turned around and jumped at his throat. The Rat made a fast retreat and pressed a bell behind the desk. I was panting. Two guards grabbed my arms and held me.
" Stop, you crazy fool! Don't lose your head!" one of them shouted.
All strength had left me by now. I did not even feel the kicks of the guards as they dragged me down to my cell. I knew that a terrible reprisal was in store for me, but I no longer cared. But the AVO is unpredictable, and a few hours later the door of the cell opened. Instead of the usual tormentors, a doctor entered. He glanced sharply at me. When I started to speak, he said: "Keep your mouth shut and take your jacket and shirt off." He left without saying another word and came back with a guard.
I was taken back to the same medical room as before. The doctor took me under his care. My wounds were dressed and bandaged. My pain had diminished by the time I returned to my cell. A wonderful, happy feeling came over me.
" Perhaps it is possible. Life is so beautiful. Perhaps I can survive all this-maybe even with honor. It would be wonderful. God give me just a little more strength and resistance."
I kept staring at the dirty walls. Again I seemed to see the features of my wife. Slender and delicate, but with immense inner strength, she had always detested weakness. Surely she

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CHAPTER 3 - DOWN AND ALMOST OUT

would not wish me to give in-now or ever! The fight would have to go on! It seemed as if I heard her voice warning me:
" Be strong, don't surrender!"
No, I couldn't surrender. I was down and they were counting, but it wasn't ten yet! I slowly and shakily got to my feet once again, to await the inevitable next, and possibly final, round.

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