They sat a long while looking at each other and giggling, while Eisenstein and the Frenchman talked.
"We'd do what we were ordered to," said Eisenstein bitterly.
Fuselli noticed that Eisenstein's puffy sallow face was flushed and that there was a flash in his eyes he had never seen before.
"Hum," said Eisenstein, a curious expression of understanding on his flabby face.
He thought of his friends, of Fuselli and Chrisfield and that funny little man Eisenstein.
"Our top-kicker was in here a few minutes ago," said Eisenstein.
Eisenstein was sitting in the place Meadville had just left.
On the other hand, General Eisenstein had anticipated delay.
Took it roun' to Eisenstein; he said it was a rhinestone,Kind, he said, he didn't give a dam fur.
He kept looking out of the corner of his eye at Eisenstein, who seemed very skilful in a careless way.