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PART I - IN THE SHADOW OF DEATH
CHAPTER 10 - THE CRY OF THE BEATEN WOLVES

I felt genuinely sorry for this miserable creature, but decided to be careful.
We visited the various prison shops together. Still wondering whether the Secret Police might have set a trap for me, I warned all my friends in prison against giving me any information, lest I should be forced to confess it. I decided to be careful with all personal contacts for at least a month, and to see what would happen.
A few inventions were reported, most of them ideas which the prisoners had kept in mind for a long time, and were only now trying to utilize.
One of the pleasant surprises of the assignment was meeting an old friend, Jozsef Adorjan. He had been convicted as leader of a military conspiracy in which the Secret Police had tried to involve me. Adorjan was a peasant, with a slight build and a quick mind. After the war, he had been a Smallholders Party representative, and he had a hearty loathing for the Communists. He had almost no formal education, but made up for this with a strong native intelligence. His judgment was virtually infallible.
I met Adorjan when he reported an invention in viniculture; we embraced and were both moved to tears. An instant later, however, he turned to my associate. "I have something to say to you," he said.
" I'm happy to see you again," my cellmate answered, "What is it?" "Aren't you ashamed of yourself?" Adorjan retorted accusingly, in an excited voice, his cheeks flushed. "I heard you've become a stool pigeon, and that's the worst fate I can imagine. How could you stoop so low? Why not at least commit suicide?"
Deathly pale, my associate attempted to answer. "I know about that rumor, Joe, and about that accusation. It's courageous of you to tell me this to my face." "But of course I'd

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