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Chapter 19 My name is Kati I am KatiI was born in BudapestIts the capital of HungaryAlthough I dont learn lots about its historyI know its a calamitous countrySince I was a little girlI have been the center of everyones attentionParents love meThey give me everything as much as they canI inherit light brown hair from Father and blue eyes from MotherWe are happy family My father told me about doppelganger when we took a walk along the Danube one afternoonHe told me with serious attitudebut in factI have known this for a long timeI often see two fathers nearbyTheir clothes are always differentIts easy to distinguish themSeveral times laterI never get confused ThenI saw another Kati one dayShe looks like me very very michjust like reflection in the mirrorShe felt interesting about anothermetoolaughing and laughingAfter that day we often play togetherIn that dangerous momentif I didnt remind her that the man standing in front of the entrance of the bar is not her fatheractually thats my fathermaybe she and her mother have been hilled in the gas explosion YesI am Kati Tailors doppelgangerI am Kati SzaboI ever asked my father many questionslike there is a family like ourswhyWhy do things go on with a circleMy father couldnt explain lots of my questionsHe only told me that his life was full of pain when losing Mother and ISo he would try his best to stop the tragedySo did Mother and IWe all love the Tailors familyWe never show up since last timebut they all know our exitsThey thanked us to save their livesand brought flowers to our gravesI experienced lots of thingsbut I never grew up in apperence since 1945Thats my pityI wish Kati Tailor can grow up safely for meIll protect her and cant wait to see her adult looking
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