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PART I - IN THE SHADOW OF DEATH
CHAPTER 5 - HIGH HOPES AND A LETDOWN

and tiny cells. My heart beat loudly. I was given a small pail of pea soup, which I finished in no time. It was just enough to arouse my appetite. My stomach demanded more. No seconds in this place, I told myself. I might as well accept the situation. The door opened and a big dark guard, who looked like a former wrestler, spat into my cell.
" You Fascist conspirator," he shouted and continued with curses. "You are in bad shape, indeed. This way you won't last long enough to be hanged."
" Sure I will," I retorted. "The rope will be cheaper, for you won't need such a thick one."
He seemed to enjoy my joke, and told me to go out with my pail and get another helping of soup. There was another prisoner with his pail standing against the wall. This was most unusual, for the etiquette of my previous prisons prohibited prisoners from seeing each other. Our pails were filled again. In the meantime, the swearing and cursing continued. What an unusual place, and what a contrast! Anyway, the second pail of soup made me optimistic. Perhaps it wouldn't be as bad as I had first thought.
After I had returned to my cell, the door opened again. A tall, thin, and cross-eyed guard entered. I stood up and was about to greet him, when, to my amazement, he slugged me across the mouth with a championlike swing, and I fell back across the bunk. His eyes were full of joy. There was something childlike in his happy smile.
" Next time I enter, you'd better get up faster," he said and left. It was indeed an interesting place. The contradictions in its character would be worth analyzing, I told myself, feeling my aching jaw. I had to admit that the guard had swung much better than I had expected.
I was soon taken for interrogation. I wondered what it would be like. I no longer predicted anything-neither good nor bad. I had decided that my past experience was not rich

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