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That, I was sure, was Karlin who had jolted when he heard his name called. He
was a heavyset man, pale, with black eyeglasses. He was wearing a yarmulke.
His eyes, as he struggled with his books, were quick with fright, and at once I felt
He stared fiercely into the crowd of students in the center of the room, then looked
back at Karlin. "Do we really care who 'he' is, Mr. Karlin?" "Care?" "Does it make
any difference to the outcome of the case?" "I don't think so." "Why not?
It wasn't really laughter with Karlin. I had felt it too, a sort of giddiness, when
Perini made his mocking inquiries. And why had people raised their hands so
eagerly, stretching out of their seats as they sought to be called on? When
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