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Sisovsky tells Zuckerman that Jewish demons pursue Eva. In Prague, Eva is married to a beloved Czech actor. However, Eva falls in love with Mr. Polak, a Zionist agent, and leaves her husband. The Czech people hate her for being with a Jew. Eva begs Sisovsky to stop telling the story, but he continues. Then the Czech Vice-Minster of Culture accuses her and her family of being Jews because she plays Jews, such as Anne Frank, on stage. Eva shouts for Sisovsky to stop and starts to cry. The authorities fire the Vice-Minster for the way he interrogated Eva. Eva says she is weak because she surrendered to these bullies. Sisovsky says she is with another Jew now and this ruins her. She leaves furious and crying. Sisovsky explains to Zuckerman she is sick and tired of hearing Sisovsky tell this...

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