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

"Of course, what you'll want is a Titoist state, with all of you in good positions, continuing essentially the same treacherous Communist policies you pursued before. Can't you ever understand that no one wants Communism in this country in any form? Look at the damages and the losses you've already caused the Hungarian people."
A flood of industrial statistics followed. In this Eugene was unexcelled; his mind was like an encyclopedia. Our guest realized that he was defeated, and after trying in vain to get some backing from me, he left.
Meanwhile, the prison routine remained essentially the same. The aristocrats were certain that they would soon be freed, and were already making tentative arrangements for us to take over their work when they were gone. Of course, no one thought it possible that we non-Communists might also be freed. I was put in charge of designing and directing the chemical factory projects, and thus had less time available for my English studies.
The summer passed by, and the young swallows in the courtyard were learning to fly and preparing for their big journey. Still, no real change had occurred for us; our fancies had moved faster than history.
One evening, the door opened and the prison warden came in with some guests. One of the achievements of the Nagy era was that we no longer had to display our backsides when a visitor entered our cell, but could greet him with a "Good evening." The AVO man who came in, needless to say, did not return our greeting; prison life also has its rules of etiquette.
" We're going to give you some post cards," the visitor announced. "You may write to your closest relatives. Don't write anything about politics, because that means solitary confinement, and don't write anything about packages or visits, because that will come later. Understand?"
" Yes, sir," I replied. "And where shall we address the post card?" Eugene asked.

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