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PART II - THE VOLCANO ERUPTS
CHAPTER 7 - REJECTED ADVICE

entered. An old, haggard woman, she was thin, with trembling hands. I hardly recognized the Mrs. Tildy who used to have beauty and poise. She, too, was very kind. They had moved into Parliament, for they lived far away in Buda, and transportation was difficult in the city.
" After all," she said, "I had better stay with my husband, because he needs care nowadays. He is no longer what he used to be. He was tired and sick, and still he came, for he has the interests of Hungary at heart and he was ready for self-sacrifice."
Her husband joined the discussion. He told me that he had been asked to come. He felt that every honest Hungarian should assume his share of the work, for the situation was very serious. The Revolution was, he believed, the finest period of Hungarian history.
While they talked I looked at this old couple. They treated me like an old friend. It would have been nice if I had been able to respond with the same warmth, which actually I felt in my heart toward them, but I was afraid to show it. I was determined not to fall under the influence of Tildy but to follow my own instincts. Back in the years from 1945-1948 he had been ready to make far-reaching compromises which I didn't believe in.
While we talked I wondered whether the two of them realized how unpopular they were with the people. Did they know that people were almost unanimous in disliking them, and that many regarded Tildy as one of the traitors of the nation? I wondered if there was any way of telling him of this and warning him that this time he should seize the helm of history with a firm hand, otherwise the nation would never forgive him. It seemed to me that his very friendliness almost obliged me to be frank with him. After all, he had many people surrounding him who gave him nothing but compliments and praise.
We started talking politics. Tildy hinted that he would like

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