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His name is Thomas Perez." The warden smiled. "It's a rather touching little story
in its way. He and your mother had become almost inseparable. The other old
people used to tease Perez about having a fiancee. 'When are you going to
The warden and myself came next, and, bringing up the rear, old Perez and the
nurse. The sky was already a blaze of light, and the air stoking up rapidly. I felt
the first waves of heat lapping my back, and my dark suit made things worse.
When Thomas Perez was called, a court officer had to help him to the box. Perez
stated that, though he had been a great friend of my mother, he had met me once
only, on the day of the funeral. Asked how I had behaved that day, he said: ...
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