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Unformatted text preview: t;We know how hard this has been for you. Go on home to London. Take a well-deserved rest." Just wrong. Everything the man was saying, his manner, his words. "Right you are," said Aaron softly. "What?" said Stolov. "I'm not leaving, Erich. It's been a pleasure to finally make your acquaintance, and I know better than to try to deter you from obeying your orders. You're here to do something. You will try to do it. But I'm not leaving. Yuri, will you stay with me?" "Now, Aaron," said Stolov, "that is very simply out of the question for Yuri. He is already ..." "Of course I will stay," said Yuri. "It was for you that I came." "Where are your lodgings, Erich? Are you at the Pontchartrain with the rest of us?" Aaron asked. "Downtown," said Stolov. He was getting impatient again, flus- tered. "Aaron, you are no help to the Talamasca now." "I'm sorry," said Aaron. "But I must confess, Erich, that the Tal...
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This note was uploaded on 02/20/2010 for the course WRITING 220.200 taught by Professor Julie during the Spring '10 term at Johns Hopkins.
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