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PART I - IN THE SHADOW OF DEATH
CHAPTER 12 - A WINDOW OPENS ON THE WORLD

asked, regarding me intently. "You should be more careful, you might get into trouble."
" Don't worry, Eugene," was my answer. "It's always good to know what they're thinking. Many of them are highly intelligent men, and I think several of them are genuinely disgusted with Communism." He put on his glasses. One of the lenses was broken, and it gave his features a peculiarly forbidding look.
" Do you believe a single word they say? Remember that no one forced them to become Communists. Why did they volunteer to work for those who have now imprisoned them? Naturally, they have softened down a little in prison," he retorted.
" Well . . . don't be mad" I said, seeing he was really angry, "but the contact is useful."
" Well, it's up to you," he said with a smile. I looked at his warm face, and we forgot our flare-up.
The next evening, the "Professor Extraordinary" visited our cell. He was a tall fellow, who had once taught philosophy at the University. He always spoke at the top of his voice, spitting a little with every "r." A nervous man, he was in a state of perpetual excitement, and, according to his cellmates, did not believe in bathing too frequently.
" I tell you," he shouted at me, "that this era of terror is over; and everyone who is responsible will have to face trial." Eugene was in a gloomy mood that evening and forgot about our agreement of the previous evening to be tolerant.
" Can't you be a little quieter?" he interrupted nervously. "I'm certainly not in the mood to be punished if your conscience bothers you."
" Say, Eugene," the Professor answered, "be more considerate. Can't you see that it's only former Communists who can change all this?" This was enough to make Eugene hit the ceiling.

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