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And, a few days after I'd been sent to prison, I decided that this phase of my life
was one of them. However, as time went by, I came to feel that this aversion had
no real substance. In point of fact, during those early days, I was hardly conscious
The sun was setting and it was the hour of which I'd rather not speak— "the
nameless hour," I called it— when evening sounds were creeping up from all the
floors of the prison in a sort of stealthy procession. I went to the barred window
and in ...
As I was being taken from the courthouse to the prison van, I was conscious for a
few brief moments of the once familiar feel of a summer evening out-of- doors.
And, sitting in the darkness of my moving cell, I recognized, echoing in my tired ...
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