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"The stars," he mumbled. "Where are the stars?" "Where are the what?" Duffy
wanted to know. "The stars," Reich repeated. He gestured timidly toward the sky.
"The stars. They're gone." Duffy looked at him curiously. "The what are gone?
feathers. Then in an oily voice: "Lookin' for a good time, pilot?" Reich held her
arm. He pointed up. "Look. The stars are gone. Have you noticed? The stars are
gone." "What's gone?" "The stars. Don't you see? They're gone." "I don't know
"The stars are gone." Sycophantic laugh. "It's not supposed to be a joke," Reich
said. "The stars are gone." "If it ain't a joke, it needs explaining," the driver said. "
What the hell are stars?" A blasting reply trembled on Reich's lips. Before it could
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