Holga and Quentin, both middle-aged, are touring a concentration-camp
START: It was the middle of the war. I had just come out of a class and there were British leaflets on the sidewalk. And photographs of a concentration camp. And emaciated people... One tended to believe the British. I'd had no idea.
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END: I said, "You are a swine. You are all swine." I threw my briefcase at him. And he opened it and put some papers in it and asked me to deliver it to a certain address. And I became a courier for the officers who were planning to assassinate Hitler…They were all hanged.
Miller, Arthur. After The Fall. Dramatists Play Service Acting Edition, 1992.
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