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By Mikhail Petrovich Artsybashev

"It evoked nearly remarkable discussions, like these on the time of Turgenev's Fathers and Sons. a few praised the unconventional way over it deserved, others complained bitterly that it used to be a defamation of sweet sixteen. i'll, besides the fact that, with no exaggeration assert that not anyone in Russia took the difficulty to fathom the tips of the unconventional. The eulogies and condemnations are both one-sided." hence did Mikhail Artsybashev (1878 1927), whose novels and brief tales are suffused with topics of intercourse, suicide, and homicide, describe the response to e-book in 1907 of Sanin, his moment novel.

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Yourii was introduced to two ladies who complimented him on his performance. Then the lamps were put out and the room became dark. "Thank you very much," said Schafroff as he warmly shook Yourii’s hand. " Lecturing was his business, and so he felt obliged to Yourii as if the latter had done him a personal service, although he thanked him in the name of the people. " "So little is done here for the people," he said, as if he were telling Yourii a great secret, "and if anything is done, it is in a half- hearted, careless way.

He did not like Ivanoff, whose jokes to him were unintelligible. "Yes, they were all caught, and the cave was filled up; it gradually collapsed, and no one ever goes into it now. As a child I often used to creep in there. " "Interesting? " exclaimed Lida. "Victor Sergejevitsch, suppose you go in? " asked Sarudine, somewhat perplexed. " exclaimed Yourii, blushing to think that the others would accuse him of showing off. " said Ivanoff by way of encouragement. " asked Novikoff. " At this they all laughed.

He asked. "At the library," replied Sina. Without speaking, her companion moved to make room for Yourii who would have preferred to sit next to Sina, but, being shy, he took a seat beside the ugly schoolteacher, Dubova. " asked Dubova, pursing up her thin, dry lips, as was her wont. "What makes you think that I am miserable? On the contrary I am in excellent spirits. " "Ah! that’s because you’ve nothing to do," said Dubova. " This was said in such a bitter tone that there was a sudden silence.

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