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They were staring at us silently, in the special way these people have— as if we
were blocks of stone or dead trees. Raymond whispered that the second Arab
from the left was "his man," and I thought he looked rather worried. However, he ...
... and Mme Masson was in tears. Masson and Raymond went off to the doctor's
while I was left behind at the bungalow to explain matters to the women. I didn't
much relish the task and soon dried up and started smoking, staring at the sea.
I was staring at the floor. He took a single step toward me, and halted, as if he
didn't dare to come nearer. Then he looked up through the bars at the sky. "You'
re mistaken, my son," he said gravely. "There's more that might be required of you
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