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PART I - IN THE SHADOW OF DEATH
CHAPTER 4 - A NEW CELLAR AND A NEW STYLE

"All right, Geza, I'll question you about that some other time, perhaps when we are both free again."
" That'll be a long time from now," he answered. "In fact they may even hang you in the meantime."
" Thanks," I said wryly.
" I'm only being objective," he retorted. "Don't be frightened, you do have a chance in spite of the fact that you're the type they hate the most. They can't afford the luxury of letting fanatic pro-Westerners survive. Try to understand and be practical."
There was something attractive abolit his personality. He was helpful and a good partner; in fact, his actions belied his cynical ideas. We discussed literature and art. He loved Shakespeare. He entertained both of us many times by reciting
Hamlet's "To be, or not to be. . . .Two weeks passed, and they took him away as suddenly as
they had brought him. I learned that he and all the other defendants in the Solyom case had been taken away. I was left alone. Each day I pasted a small pellet of bread on the wall to mark the passage of time. It seemed certain that I had succeeded in staying out of the "Solyom Affair."
After a short time, a new series of interrogations began. Again I had to face the Rat. He didn't refer to my outburst at the last meeting. He reverted to the political line I had originally suggested to him. He tried to get data for a charge that, as mayor of Budapest and a member of the Smallholders Party, I had tried to rebuild Budapest with Western capital. He wanted to show that I had tried to flood Hungary with Western capital and to tie the country culturally, and by every other possible means, to the West. I was willing to help him set up such charges. I even supplied material for additional accusations.
I requested that I be given the bound volumes of the Budapest Gazette for further research and study. Within three days my request was granted.

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