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PART II - THE VOLCANO ERUPTS
CHAPTER 15 - THE SILENCE OF THE GRAVE

friendly hand, the best I had ever known or ever would know. His body shook, although he seemed to be dozing. I moved to the door and kept staring at him. By then he was in a coma. He kept shouting commands, garbled words and cries. Then, suddenly, there was silence. I knew that he was gone. I knew that I would never have another friend like him in this life.
When I returned home, Lonci was already crying. Our circle of friends had learned the sad news of his passing over the telephone. Many people were mourning in those weeks. Fathers, mothers, brothers, lovers, and friends died, leaving behind them bitter tears and mourning.
When I saw the Gray Eminence that day he kept me waiting. His handshake was light and I realized that the multiparty system was already a thing of the past. He soon put the fact into words.
" Those who accept Kadar and the leadership of the Communist Party can help to reconstruct the country as non-Party members," he said. "We are willing to sit down with Bela Kovacs and negotiate but," he said with his voice raised, for emphasis, "with Bela Kovacs, the individual, and not the Smallholders Party leader. As for Tildy, he committed grave mistakes, especially at dawn on the 4th," he added, whispering. "And as for the leadership of the Smallholders Party, well, you know yourself that it was organized illegally."
" That's enough," I said, and rose. "There's only one thing illegal in this country and that is the Quisling regime which sold us, body and soul, to Moscow. Its head as well as its members are looked down on in contempt by everyone in the nation."
" Anyone who is of this opinion," he answered, "might do well to leave, as long as it is still possible."
" The whole nation has this opinion, they can't all flee," I answered. "They have to live here-this is their country."
" Maybe some of the leaders could influence this regime," he added quietly.

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