Doing his best to console him, the translator whisks the crying man out of the office, first to the men’s room and eventually down to the sidewalk, but Siba’s tears persist.
“If I don’t stop crying,” the man says, “I will go blind.”
“Tears are OK, I think,” Martin tells him, wishing he knew what to say. “But what do I know?”
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