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The spirits had their effect on him also; his head was swimming, his movements
acquired an uncertain heaviness. As he passed through the wicket-gate he
reeled, clapped his cap on his head, and, dragging his feet, walked down the
They walked straight towards Pantelei and he drew himself up rigidly to attention.
He guessed that these modestly dressed people must be the generals, and that
those who came behind and were dressed more finely were simply members of ...
... not good enough. You've got to go tomorrow." "I've just walked forty versts and I
'm tired out. I'll have a rest tomorrow and go and get registered the day after." "
The order says registration at once. Go tomorrow." "I've got 647.
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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