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The Prague Orgy - Pages 54-67 Summary & Analysis

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Oldrick Hrobek gives Zuckerman examples of other Westerners who have been arrested even though they are innocent. Oldrich says the authorities want Zuckerman, but Zuckerman does not quite believe him. Oldrich tells him to meet him at the train station in five minutes and then leaves. Olga returns looking worse. Zuckerman wants to talk to her in private, but she refuses to look afraid and will not leave the breakfast table. She says he should smoke a cigar. This will show the authorities he is not afraid.

She gives an example of when the authorities lured her into an office building to have sex with her. The officers did not turn the lights on in the building because they were afraid. One officer said, "Everything is observed where the lights are on" (p. 56). They have breakfast and Zuckerman smokes a Cuban...

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