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

who were in power or who were about to get power. He had amazing political instincts; he could learn new names surprisingly fast and forget others just as rapidly. When any of his "candidates" were defeated, he never forgave them. He always felt that the reason for their fall was failure to accept his advice. By that time his handshake was rather limp. A few days before I was arrested, I met him on the street. He buried his head in a newspaper and pretended not to see me.
Robert's sharp voice interrupted my thoughts at this point.
" Don't be childish. You can be sure that the Gray Eminence doesn't come of his own accord. Some people are sending him to see Misi. The Gray Eminence may bring him the very message which might influence his future."
" Why complicate the situation?" Peter argued. "Maybe he just senses that things are changing, and he feels that this is a good opportunity for him to renew his acquaintance with Misi."
" Whatever the truth is," Robert concluded, "there's no point in refusing to see him."
" Robert, you were always one for compromises," a lady remarked. "I hope that Misi will refuse to participate in any public role with Communists who dare to call themselves Hungarians. Just a few years ago they wrote odes of praise to Stalin."
" What Misi will do," Lonci interrupted, "will be to leave Budapest with me. He doesn't have to decide right now. Let's give him a chance to rest and see the situation more clearly."
The next day I received permission to leave Budapest for the country. We could stay a month. That evening the Gray Eminence arrived exactly on time.
He was dressed in dark clothes and acted ceremoniously. He stopped at the door as if he couldn't find words, trying to control his emotions. Without saying anything he embraced me. Then he took off his glasses and started to wipe his eyes.
" Welcome, Misi," he said, visibly moved.

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