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PART II - THE VOLCANO ERUPTS
CHAPTER 1 - THE GRAY EMINENCE

she collected miniature toy animals. When we passed a shop window downtown, I decided to go in and buy a little lion I saw in the window. I saw that Lonci was happy, for this was the first step in which I had taken the initiative since I had become a free man.
The second evening some old friends of mine gathered for dinner. It was a lovely meal, and we all made an effort to be gay, talking of bygone times. I made a special effort to smile and be cheerful to Micko, the widow of Endre Bajcsy Zsilinszky. From a beautiful, gay woman she had become a haggard, trembling old lady. It shocked me to see such a change in her. I was careful not to give her any hints about how much the Rat had tortured me on her account.
At the end of dinner the phone rang. My wife answered it, and, after taking the receiver, she turned to me.
" L. F. wants to visit you."
" Who is L. F.?" I inquired.
" Don't you remember? He is the Gray Eminence." Now I remembered the man. I was surprised.
" But why should I see the Gray Eminence?" I said. "When does he want to see me?"
" Today, if possible," Lonci answered, "by tomorrow at the latest, before we leave for the country."
The name of the Gray Eminence had upset my friends.
Contempt and sarcastic laughter was their reaction to the mention of his name.
I glanced at Micko and saw the anger in her face.
" Don't meet that gangster," she whispered.
Peter, too, was red with anger. Robert, however, held a different view.
" Remember Misi, you are a politician. You shouldn't avoid a meeting like this. Besides, we have no proof that the man is dishonest. Sure, he changes colors like a chameleon, but he has his own schemes," he said.

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