Four o’clock in the afternoon doesn’t mean the work day is over, four o’clock just means the light of a day has gone out, or dimmed, at this hour everyone goes home to eat dinner and then starts working again. At ten o’clock at night, the thousands of windows of sixty-five government offices in Moscow were lit again. There was only one person, one person, living in the middle of about a dozen city walls in Moscow, unable to sleep at night, and this man made all the government officials large and small in Moscow suffer. stay up with him until three or four o’clock in the morning. Because he knew the Lord’s habit of staying up at night, every night, about thirty Chief Ministers sat like schoolboys called by name. To keep from falling asleep, these Ministers torture their aides, the assistants torment the department heads, and the records keepers struggle up the stairs to open the drawers. There were résumé cards, in the hallways were secretaries pacing, and in the offices were nervous secretaries breaking pencils.
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