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PART II - THE VOLCANO ERUPTS
CHAPTER 3 - A SHOT IN THE WINDOW

I don't believe that they can achieve much. I know that an AVO man walks next to every student." Changing the subject, I asked, "Why don't you tell me what you've been doing?"
Conversation followed and time passed quickly. We all grew hungry, but the hostess obviously delayed the dinner for her daughter's arrival. Finally, we started without the girl. It was a good dinner, and we were already having our coffee when Judy rushed in with all the excitement of youth. She wore red, white, and green rosettes on her blouse and shouted at the top of her voice.
" Uncle Misi, it was just wonderful," she said, in a high pitch of excitement. "It was tremendous. We stood in front of the Parliament and lit some newspapers, carrying them as torches, and sang together, `We are not comrades. We are not comrades.' We also sang the national anthem and the national prayer. It was just wonderful, I'll never forget it. It is a wonderful feeling to be a Hungarian."
I was moved by her emotional outburst and kissed her cheek.
" Of course, Judy, it is a wonderful thing to be a Hungarian, but I am afraid it will be a long time before we can become Hungarian. The Russians are still very much with us."
" But I just remembered," she interrupted laughing, "we also kept chanting, 'Ruskis, go home."'
Her mother came in with some food, but the girl said she was too excited to eat. All she wanted was a little rest, and then she would go back to the demonstration. All the other students, she explained, had stayed in the demonstration line and they planned to march all over the city.
Suddenly the noise of the radio added to the confusion. I laughed. This was a favorite joke of our host. Whenever the guests became noisy, he put on the radio as an additional fillip.
" Quiet, quiet," he shouted. His wife laughed.
" Forget about it," she said, "we would rather talk; we don't want that radio."

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