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Kepi seemed to be picking up speed, his little legs carrying him faster than I ever
thought possible. We were approaching the laundry. It was like a backward
dream for me. He made a right at the corner; I was in close pursuit. Then he made
I thought to myself, and said, "My aunt." "I guess you didn't understand me — this
is a private, friendly talk. The tape recorder is off; what's the point of the charades
?" "It's true; I have a sick, old aunt in Israel who needs my help." "Don't lie.
I never regret what I do, only what I don't do, I thought, and said, "It's too late; I
promised my aunt. She's expecting me." "Why do you think one thing, but say
another?" It's Soviet training, I thought, but said nothing. "You're stubborn, really ...
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So many richnessess in such a small book. Such lovable characters. An indictment of a political system that never could work, no matter how hard it hammered its citizens into place. Read full review