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PART II - THE VOLCANO ERUPTS
CHAPTER 7 - REJECTED ADVICE

of any Communist regime, as they were well-known pseudoCommunists. When I entered, Tildy rose. He was a small man with graying hair and enormous eyes. He came forward to greet me. I felt moved. He had tears in his eyes and he embraced me.
" Welcome, Misi," he said, moved.
After a few minutes of casual chat Tildy requested the others to leave us alone, for he had important things to discuss with me. Dobi, who stood silent next to me, seemed hesitant.
" Istvan, we would like to be alone," Tildy suggested.
I thought that we were alone until, from a corner of the room where I hadn't even noticed him, a tall, gaunt figure rose. He walked towards us.
" Welcome, welcome," he said. "I am so glad that the two of you are reunited." It was the Gray Eminence.
" I have to go see Imre Nagy," he said, by way of apology for leaving.
" Yes, yes," Tildy answered, "and- remind him to issue orders to the peasants."
With this the Gray Eminence said good-bye.
" We will see each other quite a lot from now on," he said to me and left the room.
" I feel it important," Tildy explained, "that our first orders pacify the people in the provinces."
" That's a good idea," I countered, "but there are a few other important things I mentioned to you over the telephone."
" Sure," he said, "but before we get down to politics let's talk about ourselves first."
He told me in some detail how the AVO had kept him under house arrest and of the difficulties and unpleasantness he had encountered. Still, he explained, he had no hatred in his heart. These were things he must forget, otherwise much valuable time would be wasted.
I told him briefly what had happened to me, and he inquired about my wife and daughter. The door opened and his wife

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