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Some weeks have passed and Yves and Amabelle have settled into a quiet companionship. Yves spends all his days in his father's fields and Amabelle only sees him at night. One night he tells her that some officials of the state are listening to the stories of survivors from the other side and are giving out money from the Generalissimo. The Dominican leader has not admitted guilt in the killings but has agreed to compensate the wounded and families of the dead with money. When Amabelle and Yves arrive the next morning more than a thousand people are waiting in the square to be heard. Many in the crowd have walked long distances from other towns. Armed soldiers are keeping control as the most mangled and the pregnant are ushered in first.

At sundown the justice of the peace comes out to tell them he...

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