Darkness at Noon

How does Rubashov describe Rip Van Winkles eyes?

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Rubashov had expected to find a person who was mentally. deranged; now he changed his opinion. In spite of a nervous twitching of his eyebrow, caused probably by years of confinement in a darkened cell, Rip Van Winkle’s eyes were clear and of a childlike friendliness.

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Darkness at Noon