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by William Cameron Menzies

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Dall'omonimo racconto di Kressmann Taylor, pubblicato sul New York Times nel 1938 e quasi del tutto ignorato fino ad una sua "riscoperta" del 1999. Martin Schulse, un uomo d'affari, cristiano, ritorna con la sua famiglia in Germania. Il suo socio in affari, Max Eisenstein, un ebreo, rimane negli Stati Uniti per proseguire con l'attività lavorativa: a San Francisco i due hanno una galleria d'arte in comune e Max, da lì, tutela anche gli interessi di Martin. Martin inizialmente esprime i suoi dubbi su Hitler, tuttavia, in seguito sembra invaghirsene e riferisce che in tutta la Germania la gente ha ricominciato a sperare, e prevede una rapida ripresa economica. Da qui, l'amicizia tra i due inizia un lento declino, fino ad un tremendo finale a sorpresa.
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