6 edition of The chorus girl and other stories found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Anton Chekhov; from the Russian by Constance Garnett.|
|Series||The tales of Chekhov, vol. VIII|
|Contributions||Garnett, Constance Black, 1862-1946.|
|LC Classifications||PZ3.C3985 Ch2|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||4 p. l., 3-301 p.|
|Number of Pages||301|
|LC Control Number||20003884|
Oh, dear! Then Tcheprakov came with the key and opened the gla. My enlightenment inspired me. When the transformation of a live person into a shapeless bundle had been completed, Mlle. What did she want to show by it? Going up closer I recognized the latter: it was the brother of Anyuta Blagovo, the army doctor.
But this was only at first; later on I got used to it, and everything went swimmingly. The stranger drew her handkerchief several times across her pale lips, and held her breath in an effort to subdue an inward trembling, while Pasha stood before her as motionless as a statue, gazing at her full of uncertainty and fear. The wretched boy is two or three hours late with unfailing regularity every day. She's wretched, she complains, but she sticks to me like a fly to honey. Only when they were sitting in the cart he looked morosely and ironically at the hospital, and said: "A nice set of artists they have settled here! Better he should go on weeping!
It's remarkable! So you won't give up the things? Through the wide-open door she could see the big tavern room with a counter and chairs. Speaking of the forms relating to the organization. He gave up the flute long ago, and now plays nothing but the fiddle. Not only in her heart, but even in her spine she felt that behind her stood an infinitely unhappy man, lost and outcast, while he, as though he were unaware of his unhappiness, as though he had not shed tears in the night, was looking at her with a kindly smile.
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Then came the roar of the wind rushing in. The meaning of life lies in just that unrepining martyrdom, in the tears which would soften a stone, in the boundless, all-forgiving love which brings light and warmth into the chaos of life. Seeing the man of learning he smiles with that broad, prolonged, somewhat foolish smile which is seen only on the faces of children or very good-natured people.
Your husband is an educated, pleasant gentleman, that's why I received him. His face was crimson and wet with perspiration. Ilovaisky; "you have something to remember. Never once in my life have I intentionally lied or done evil, but my conscience is not clear!
The child, sleeping on the fox-skin, started and raised her head. I remembered that Anyuta Blagovo had not said a word to me all day. The Sitting Bee, 25 Feb. In the town, where there was greater comfort, bad weather was scarcely noticed. Kolpakov has been a willing respondent or perpetrator in his liaison with Pasha.
Kolpakoff, who was sitting in his slippers without a coat, jumped up and looked at Pasha with a question in his eyes. In the room there was a grey twilight, through which the stove and the sleeping child and Nasir-ed-Din stood out distinctly. Did he buy it or steal it? She was asleep, though she saw the little ikon lamp and a big nose with the light playing on it.
He wondered how it had happened that for the last forty or fifty years of his life he had never once been to the river, or if he had been by it he had not paid attention to it. To superintend the coal mines. Nikolay the Wonder-worker's, and the day after that was Sunday, and then Monday, an unlucky day.
And if he had gone in for all those things at once--catching fish and playing the fiddle, and running boats and killing geese--what a fortune he would have made! There are puddles everywhere; the snow is melting.Sep 29, · The Chorus Girl and Other Stories. By. Anton Pavlovich Chekhov.
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