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The Killers

By Ernest Hemingway

Two other people had been in the lunch-room. Once George had gone out to the kitchen and made a ham-and-eggs sandwich ‘to go’ that a man wanted to take with him. Inside the kitchen he saw Al, his derby hat tilted back, sitting on a stool beside the wicket with the muzzle of a sawed-off shotgun resting on the ledge. Nick and the cook were back to back in the corner, a towel tied in each of their mouths. George had cooked the sandwich, wrapped it up in oiled paper, put it in a bag, brought it in, and the man had paid for it and gone out.

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آدم کش ها – بخش دوم


The Killers

By Ernest Hemingway

‘Which is yours?’ he asked Al.
‘Don’t you remember?’
‘Ham and eggs,’
‘Just a bright boy,’ Max said. He leaned forward and took the ham and eggs. Both men ate with their gloves on. George watched them eat.
‘What are you looking at?’ Max looked at George.

‘Nothing.’

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آدم کش ها – بخش نخست


The Killers

By Ernest Hemingway

The door of Henry’s lunch-room opened and two men came in. They sat down at the counter.
‘What’s yours?’ George asked them.
‘I don’t know,’ one of the men said. ‘What do you want to eat, Al?’
‘I don’t know,’ said Al. ‘I don’t know what I want to eat.’
Outside it was getting dark. The street light came on outside the window. The two men at the counter read the menu. From the other end of the counter Nick Adams watched them. He had been talking to George when they came in.

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