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PART II - THE VOLCANO ERUPTS
CHAPTER 2 - IN THE COUNTRY

The following day, September 22, 1956, we left Budapest for the country. I was anxious about meeting Catherine, our daughter. She had grown from a small child into a schoolgirl, and after all these years, I wondered how she would face a reunion with her father. After all, she must have heard about prison being the place where evil criminals are locked up. Would she be able to understand that in the present period of our country's history, patriots went to prison?
It was a delightful discovery that, thanks to her mother's intelligent approach to the problem, she welcomed me with all the love of a daughter, and soon we became better friends than I would have dared to hope.
One circumstance helped to give me a flying start. When I entered the garden, our dog, Betyar, recognized me immediately. Lying at my feet as he always had, he spoke to me with that wonderful combination of whining and tail-wagging which only happy dogs can display. Catherine volunteered to translate them for me:
" He is very happy that you are back. He doesn't know what. to do, he's so glad. He's never been so happy in all his life."
When I handed her the toy lion she was delighted. We became fast friends from there on, and wonderful days followed. I breathed in the fresh air, enjoyed my books and nature, the sunset, and all the beauties of country life. In the evenings I walked up to the hill above the village, and looked down on the beautiful lake. A happy routine developed in the days that

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