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"I don't want to sound pretentious, but I must say in all honesty that, had I been ordered to die for the Party -not once but three times -that very night, in that snowy winter dawn, I would have obeyed without the slightest hesitation." (Part I, Chapter 1, A Telephone Call at Dawn, p. 3).

"I can't tell you how sorry I am that you may suffer because of your association with me... I would have had it happen for the world." (Part I, Chapter 2, The Red-Haired Professor, p. 7).

"Yes, Grandmother was right. I don't know how 'clever' I was, but my stupidity certainly exceeded all bounds." (Part I, Chapter 5, There's No One So Silly as a Clever Man, p. 24).

"Garey's brief messages opened a new world to me, a world of camps, deportations, prisons, tragic twists of fate -a world in which either the spirit was broken and degraded...

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