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

of forces in this present period of political thaw. For the time being, Kovacs refused all such commitments, claiming that his health was not good enough for active political participation.
I asked Robert if he thought Kovacs was really ill. He told me that this, unfortunately, was a fact. As a result of torture and lengthy imprisonment, the strong, charming man we had known in the past had become a moody invalid, with high blood pressure and heart trouble. This was sad news and I decided to try to visit him. Robert cautioned me to think twice before doing this. If I went to his village, I would draw the attention of the AVO. Why not wait, Robert advised, for a little while? Bela Kovacs planned to go to Budapest soon to be examined by the doctor, and then I could go to Budapest, too, and there we could meet without being too conspicuous.
I also discussed with Robert and Peter the problem of my own future. As for politics, there was no chance to follow my honest convictions, therefore we felt that the best thing for me to do was to lead a quiet life as a father and a mechanical engineer.
This problem was greatly influenced by a letter that came some days later. Some of my old engineering associates wrote, inviting me back to Budapest and offering me a leading position as an engineer. The job seemed very interesting and full of promise.
The next few days were spent in planning. Lonci was somewhat reluctant to give up the security of her job and would have preferred that I stay for a month or two in the village. She felt that the country air was better for Catherine, too. But my one month's permit to stay in the country had expired and could be extended only in the capital.
On Sunday, October 21st, Lonci and I started for Budapest. On the train both of us felt nervous with unexplained forebodings of what the future might bring.

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