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We stood aside from the doorway to let the coffin by; then, following the bearers
down a corridor, we came to the front entrance, where a hearse was waiting.
Oblong, glossy, varnished black all over, it vaguely reminded me of the pen trays
... heat haze, there was something inhuman, discouraging, about this landscape.
At last we made a move. Only then I noticed that Perez had a slight limp. The old
chap steadily lost ground as the hearse gained speed. One of the men i 8.
In front, the coachman's glossy black hat looked like a lump of the same sticky
substance, poised above the hearse. It gave one a queer, dreamlike impression,
that blue-white glare overhead and all this blackness round one: the sleek black
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