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

which is no longer of any use. No, I won't leave, this is the place for me. I have no reason to feel guilty. What I stood for would have helped not only the Hungarian people, but the Russians and the Westerners as well."
" Bela," I said, "remember the West helps honest Hungarian politicians."
" Nonsense," he answered. "How would they know who is honest and who isn't? Not even we know for sure. Only at the end of life will we know the truth. Do what you want, but please leave me alone, I don't want to go. Do whatever you feel is best and always remain a good Hungarian."
" God bless you, Bela. We understand each other. We both happen to love our country and that's enough."
" Yes, that's enough," he said, quite happily, and he smiled. "It would be less dangerous to prefer fishing."
When I got home Lonci greeted me with the news that a friend from the country had arrived, bringing messages about her mother and our daughter. They were both well.
" Our friend also has a good way to escape."
" Are you ready?" I asked her.
" I am not sure," she said. "You go in any case. I don't know what I will do. You are a terrible man," she said, with a tired smile.
" Well, stay home with Catherine," I replied. "I will help you from abroad, and maybe in a year's time I will be back. After all, things are moving and the world may do something for Hungarians."
" Fairy tales," she said.
On the train I was worried, for if the AVO came along and asked for an identification card my name, with my prison identification, might seem quite a catch for these Reds. When we left, however, there was no slip-up. The train moved slowly in the snowy countryside, it was quiet and unheated. All over

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