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A few minutes later one of the women started weeping. She was in the second
row and I couldn't see her face because of another woman in front. At regular
intervals she emitted a little choking sob; one had a feeling she would never stop.
On my way back I heard a woman's voice in Raymond's room. A little later old
Salamano started grumbling at his dog and presently there was a sound of boots
and paws on the wooden stairs; then, "Filthy brute! Get on, you cur!" and the two
Marie and I went out to see. The woman was still screaming and Raymond still
knocking her about. Marie said, wasn't it horrible! I didn't answer anything. Then
she asked me to go and fetch a policeman, but I told her I didn't like policemen.
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