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PART I - IN THE SHADOW OF DEATH
CHAPTER 8 - THE MONOCLE OF UNCLE BELA

Even prison life has minor variations. One day two guards and a prison trustee entered our cell. They were carrying small machines and some thread. In a rather friendly manner the guards explained that from now on we would have work to do. Then they began showing us how to handle the primitive machines. One ran the machine by hand, winding the thread on the spool. All four of us tried it.
Uncle Bela had trouble with his eyes. He used to wear glasses, but when he was arrested, they were taken away and never returned. Could he get them back, he inquired. The guard promised that he would. But even after ten days the glasses weren't returned. The three of us began working, happy for the change, but soon we became discouraged. This type of primitive slave work alone couldn't save our morale.
I approached Bela one day with a suggestion: "Look, Bela, you speak English. Why don't you start giving us lessons?"
" It's not so easy," he answered. "My knowledge isn't enough to enable me to teach you without text, paper, or pencil. There are certain words that I don't even recall how to spell or pronounce. My grammar also is rather spotty. If I had a textbook I'd be happy to teach you, but. .*. ."
" Never mind, Bela. Remember that our life today is a race with the AVO. They want to drive us into mental collapse, they want us to go crazy and lose our abilities. If we start studying English now and learn, say, ten to twenty words per day, then

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