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Her nail caught on his zipper, but he did not move. " Again, her voice a field mouse under a threshing machine. She spun around to see why he didn't answer. August stood perfectly straight, at attention. His eyes were wide open, staring, and his mouth hung open, slack. His body, under his butler's uniform, was rigid. He had an expression on his green-tinged face of mild surprise, which fooled Kay for a second. But clearly his expression was deceptive. August was totally catatonic, a cigar store Balkan butler, a department store advertisement for formal clothes, a wooden dummy, a vegetable.
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August was totally catatonic, a cigar store Balkan butler, a department store advertisement for formal clothes, a wooden dummy, a vegetable. August was useless, leaving Kay on her own. "Oh, Christ, I suppose I'm on my own now," she said. She carefully steered his stiff-legged body into the west wing hall, where she left him standing against the wall like an antique suit of armor, a new addition to the interior décor. She changed her clothes and rejoined the party. "Avery's bathing,"' she informed the Secretary of State.