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But last night I heard Mishatka crying quietly. He'd put his head under the pillow
so as not to be heard. ... I went to him and asked: 'What's the matter, darling?
Would you like to come and lie with me?' But he says: 'It's all right. Granny; I must
"To fight again against the Soviet Government. . . ." "Well, now you shouldn't talk
like that, Mikhail," Prokhor said in an offended tone. "Why shouldn't I? I hear of all
kinds of talk that goes on in the village." "Have you heard me talking like that?
They talked in whispers, but I heard. I stood close to the door and heard
everything. I heard Mikhail say you must be arrested. . . . He's telling them all
about you. . . . Clear out!" Grigory strode swiftly across to her, put his arms around
her, and ...
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Gregor Melekov and his brother Piotra are cossack farmers on the Don River in the village of Tatarsk when WW1 breaks out and young men are sent to war. Civil war follows which sees many cossacks ... Volledige review lezen
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"He had no cap, nor had he the upper part of his cranium, for it had been cut clean away by a shard of shrapnel. In the empty brain-pan, framed by damp strains of hair, glimmered rose-coloured rain ... Volledige review lezen
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And Quiet Flows the Don: A Novel in Four Books, Volume 1
Mikhail Aleksandrovich Sholokhov
Fragmentweergave - 1967