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

I read through my own speeches, and relived the past. It was strange to follow the sometimes naive utterances of that well-meaning, earnest young man I used to be.
These were strange seances. The Rat sat at his desk, and, at a small table next to him, I buried my head in these articles. These sessions were at night, and from time to time, I could hear sounds of life from the street. Whatever I confessed was reassembled and distorted by the Rat. He translated my words into AVO lingo. Slowly, a new charge was built up.
Meanwhile, my health had deteriorated. Apparently, one of the beatings I had received had caused minor bleeding of the kidneys. I felt weak, and one morning when I tested my strength in the cell, I realized how worn out I was. I knew that under the circumstances strength was the most important thing for me. I felt degraded. One night a guard peered in. He didn't look as fierce as most of them. He entered the cell.
" Are you the one who used to be mayor? Too bad, because you're finished."
" I guess that's true. Every honest Hungarian must meet the same fate."
" My, my," he murmured, and left the cell. He looked around carefully and then returned. He seemed to be ill at ease, but began to talk. "Actually it's a great pity, many people liked you."
With that he left. I was excited and full of hope. Perhaps this guard would take a message to my wife-just a few words to the effect that I was alive. I was eager for him to come again.
In about half an hour he returned, opened the door quietly, and put in two pieces of bread. I gestured to him to come in. He entered.
" You are an honest Hungarian patriot," I told him. "So am I. Would you do me the kindness of notifying my wife that I am alive?"
He looked at me in horror. "I can't possibly do that! I

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