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He began by summing up the facts, from my mother's death onward. He stressed
my heartless- ness, my inability to state Mother's age, my visit to the swimming
pool where I met Marie, our matinee at the pictures where a Fernandel film was ...
However, I could argue myself out of it, by picturing what would have been my
feelings when my term was up, and death had cornered me. Once you're up
against it, the precise manner of your death has obviously small importance.
It wasn't because I'd been condemned to death, he said, that he spoke to me in
this way. In his opinion every man on the earth was under sentence of death.
There, I interrupted him; that wasn't the same thing, I pointed out, and, what's
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