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The warden went on talking, but I didn't pay much attention. Finally he said:' "Now
, I suppose you'd like to see your mother?'* I rose without replying, and he led the
way to the door. As we were going down the stairs he explained: "I've had the ...
... fat matron, without a hat, who was talking shrilly and gesticulated all the time.
Because of the distance between the visitors and prisoners I found I, too, had to
raise my voice. When I came into the room the babel of voices echoing on the
I, however, didn't want to be helped, and I hadn't time to work up interest for
something that didn't, interest me. He fluttered his hands fretfully; then, sitting up,
smoothed out his cassock. When this was done he began talking again,
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