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He rejoined us soon after we were round the bend; then began to lose ground
again. He took another short cut and met us again farther on; in fact, this
happened several times during the next half -hour. But soon I lost interest in his
beach,pulsing with heat, was pressing on my back. I took some steps toward the
stream. The Arab didn't move. After all, there was still some distance between us.
Perhaps because of the shadow on his face, he seemed to be grinning at me.
After the relative darkness and the silence of my cell it took me some moments to
get used to these conditions. After a bit, however, I came to see each face quite
clearly, lit up as if a spotlight played on it. I noticed a prison official seated at each
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