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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.
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.
The only oasis of silence was made by the young fellow and the old woman
gazing into each other's eyes. Then, one by one, the Arabs were led away;
almost everyone fell silent when the first one left. The little old woman pressed
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