- The whole way, Father Kleinsorge was oppressed by the thought that all the damage he saw had been done in one instant by one bomb.Four — Panic Grass and Feverfew (5% in)
- For weeks, he had been feeling oppressed by the hatred of foreigners that the Japanese seemed increasingly to show, and he had been uneasy even with his Japanese friends.Three — Details are being Investigated (48% in)
- ...any serious overt symptoms were unreliable workers, since most of them seemed to suffer, as she did, from the mysterious but real malaise that came to be known as one kind of asting A-bomb sickness: a nagging weakness and weariness, dizziness now and then, digestive troubles, all aggravated by a feeling of oppression, a sense of doom, for it was said that unspeakable diseases might at any time plant nasty flowers in the bodies of their victims, and even in those of their descendants.Five — The Aftermath (3% in)
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