- 1. What is your first name, your last name?
- 2. My name is Yuri Zhary.
- 3. Where did you come from?
- 4. I came from...
- 5. Kharkov.
- 6. What school do you go to?
- 7. I go to a technical school.
- 8. Now we're going to have a séance.
- 9. You just look at me.
- 10. Look me in the eyes.
- 11. Look in front of you.
- 12. Turn around, with your back to me.
- 13. Concentrate on my hand.
- 14. My hand is drawing you back.
- 15. Spread your hands.
- 16. Concentrate. All your tension
is centred in your hands.
- 17. Your hands are strained!
- 18. Concentrate all of your will power,
- 19. your big desire to win, on your hands.
- 20. Your hands are getting more and more tense.
- 21. They're very tense. Still more tense.
- 22. Look at your fingers. Your fingers are tense.
- 23. From here the tension passes on
to your fingers.
- 24. Look at your hands. Yuri, concentrate!
- 25. On my count of three,
your hands will become immobile.
- 26. Concentrate! Look at your hands.
- 27. One, two, three! Your hands don't move.
- 28. You can't move them.
- 29. You're trying to move your hands,
but they're fixed.
- 30. It's very hard for you to make
the slightest movement.
- 31. Now I'm going to lift this transfixion,
- 32. and you'll be able to speak freely,
easily and articulately.
- 33. From now on,
you will speak loudly and clearly.
- 34. Look at me.
- 35. I'm lifting the tension
from your hands and your speech.
- 36. One, two, three!
- 37. Go ahead, say loudly and clearly:
I can speak!
- 38. A. SOLONITSYN
- 39. The road from the station
passed through Ignatievo,
- 40. then swerved near the farm
- 41. we had lived on each summer before the war,
- 42. and through a dense oak forest
went on as far as Tomshino.
- 43. Usually we spotted our people
- 44. as soon as they appeared from
behind a bush in the mid-field.
- 45. If he turned from the bush
towards our house, then it was father.
- 46. If not, it meant it was not father
- 47. and that father would never come.
- 48. Am I going the right way to Tomshino?
- 49. You shouldn't have taken a turn at the bush.
- 50. - And this... What's this?
- 51. Why are you sitting here?
- 52. - I live here.
- Where? On the fence?
- 53. Are you interested in the way
to Tomshino or where I live?
- 54. I brought all the instruments,
but forgot the key.
- 55. Do you happen to have a nail
or a screw-driver?
- 56. I don't have any nails.
- 57. Why are you so nervous?
- 58. Give me your hand. I'm a doctor.
- 59. You're bothering me.
- 60. Do you want me to call my husband?
- 61. You haven't got a husband. There's no ring.
- 62. Though people don't wear rings nowadays.
Maybe only old people.
- 63. May I have a cigarette?
- 64. Why do you look so sad?
- 65. And why do you look so happy?
- 66. It's a pleasure to fall down
with an attractive woman.
- 67. You know, I fell and found
strange things here, roots, bushes...
- 68. Has it ever occurred to you
- 69. that plants can feel, know,
- 70. The trees, this hazelnut bush...
- 71. - This is the alder-tree.
- It doesn't matter.
- 72. They don't run about.
- 73. Like us who are rushing, fussing,
- 74. That's because we don't trust
nature that is inside us.
- 75. Always this suspicion, haste,
- 76. and no time to stop and think.
- 77. Look, you seem to be a bit...
- 78. It's no problem for me. I'm a doctor.
- 79. And what about Ward Number Six?
- 80. Oh, Chekhov had made it all up.
- 81. Come to Tomshino sometime.
- 82. Look...
- 83. We often have a good time there.
- 84. You're bleeding!
- 85. - Where?
- Behind your ear.
- 86. The other one.
- 87. "Each moment of our dates, not many
- 88. "We celebrated as an Epiphany
- 89. "Alone in the whole world
- 90. "More daring and lighter than a bird
- 91. "Down the stairs, like a dizzy apparition
- 92. "You came to take me on your road
Through rain-soaked lilacs
- 93. "To your own possession
To the looking-glass world
- 94. "As night descended
- 95. "I was blessed with grace
- 96. "The altar gate opened up
- 97. "And in the darkness shining
- 98. "And slowly reclining was your body naked
- 99. "On waking up I said, God bless you!
- 100. "Although I knew how daring and undue
- 101. "My blessing was: You were fast asleep
- 102. "Your closed eyelids with the universal blue
- 103. "The lilac on the table so strained to sweep
- 104. "Touched by the blue, your lids
- 105. "Were quite serene, your hand was warm
- 106. "And rivers pulsed in crystal slits
- 107. "Mountains smoked, and oceans swarmed
- 108. "You held a sphere in your palm
- 109. "Of crystal, on your throne
You were sleeping calm
- 110. "And oh my God! - Belonging only to me
- 111. "You woke and at once transformed
- 112. "The language humans speak and think
- 113. "Speech rushed up sonorously formed
- 114. "With the word "you" so much reformed
- 115. "As to evolve a new sense meaning king
- 116. "And suddenly all changed, like in a trance
- 117. "Even trivial things, so often used and tried
- 118. "When standing 'tween us, guarding us
- 119. "Was water, solid, stratified
- 120. "It carried us I don't know where
- 121. "Retreating before us, like some mirage
- 122. "Were cities, miraculously fair
- 123. "Under our feet the mint grass spread
- 124. "The birds were following our tread
- 125. "The fishes came to a river bend
- 126. "And to our eyes the sky was open
- 127. "Behind us our fate was groping
- 128. "Like an insane man with a razor in his hand"
- 129. Oh, good heavens! Dounya!
- 130. What is it, Pasha?
- 131. A fire! But be quiet.
- 132. He'll get what's coming to him!
- 133. And what if Vitya is in there?
What if he's burnt?
- 134. unwipeable by hand...
- 135. What?
- 136. Dad!
- 137. - Alexei?
- Hello, ma!
- 138. What's wrong with your voice?
- 139. Nothing serious.
I guess it's just a sore throat.
- 140. I haven't spoken to anyone for three days.
- 141. I even liked it. I think it's good
to keep silent for a while.
- 142. Words can't express
everything a person feels.
- 143. Words are flaccid.
- 144. I just dreamed of you in my sleep.
- 145. As though I were still a child...
- 146. By the way, what year was it
when Dad left us?
- 147. 1935. Why?
- 148. And the fire? Remember the hay-loft
that burnt down at the farm?
- 149. That was in '35 too.
- 150. All right, stop pulling the wool over my eyes.
- 151. You know, Lisa died.
- 152. Lisa who?
- 153. The one I worked in the printing house with.
- 154. - Oh, God. When?
- This morning, at 7:00.
- 155. And what time is it now? What is now?
- 156. - Almost 6:00.
- In the morning?
- 157. What's the matter with you? In the evening.
- 158. Mum, why do we have to fight all the time?
- 159. I'm sorry if I did anything wrong.
- 160. Printing-house. Next stop: Serpukhovskaya.
- 161. What's the rush?
- 162. Hello.
- 163. Where are the proofs I've been reading?
- 164. I don't know... Just a minute.
- 165. Yelizaveta Pavlovna is here.
- 166. Marousia, what's wrong?
- 167. Something in yesterday's proofs?
- 168. In the Goslit edition? Don't be so nervous!
- 169. - We should look in the typesetting case.
- But of course.
- 170. Nothing terrible has happened.
- 171. It's such an important edition!
- 172. Although misprints have no place
in any edition.
- 173. Shut up, you idiot.
- 174. - What happened?
- Nothing serious.
- 175. I just want to check something.
I may be wrong...
- 176. Let's start from the beginning.
- 177. I'd rather do it myself.
- 178. Everybody's rushing, no one's got any time!
- 179. You think I'm afraid?
- 180. No, let other people be afraid.
- 181. Some people should work,
and others should be afraid.
- 182. Well, nothing awful has happened.
- 183. If it happened, it happened.
We've been printing all night.
- 184. "Yesterday morning I waited for you
- 185. "That you won't come they probably guessed
- 186. "Remember what beautiful weather it was?
- 187. "Holiday weather! And I walked coatless
- 188. "Today you're here, and they have arranged
- 189. "An utterly gloomy and cloudy day
- 190. "It rains, and it's getting unusually late
- 191. "The rain drops run down the cold terrain
- 192. "Unsoothable by word, unwipeable by hand"
- 193. You see, it wasn't there, was it?
Everything is all right.
- 194. It wasn't...
That would've been a horrid mistake.
- 195. Why are you crying then?
- 196. I even saw that word typeset.
- 197. What word?
- 198. Great!
- 199. This is pure alcohol.
Not much, but it might help.
- 200. You've got all drenched up.
You look like a scarecrow!
- 201. Really, I'm all wet.
- 202. I guess I'll go and take a shower.
Where's my comb?
- 203. You know who you look like now?
- 204. - Who?
- Maria Timofeyevna.
- 205. What Maria Timofeyevna?
- 206. Here. You've been looking
for your comb, haven't you?
- 207. Tell me, who's Maria Timofeyevna?
- 208. There was such a woman,
Captain Lebyadkin's sister.
- 209. So...
- 210. You're the spitting image of Lebyadkina.
- 211. In what way do I resemble her?
- 212. Yes, FYODOR Mikhailovich was...
Whatever you may say...
- 213. What?
- 214. Lebyadkin, bring some water!
- 215. The difference is her brother would
not bring her water, but beat her.
- 216. Explain it. I don't understand.
- 217. All your life is just that "bring some water!"
- 218. And what does it lead to?
- 219. Just an appearance of independence.
- 220. If something doesn't suit you,
you pretend it doesn't exist.
- 221. What nonsense you're talking!
- 222. I'm amazed at the patience
of your ex-husband.
- 223. He should have run away much sooner.
- 224. What do you want from me?
- 225. Have you ever admitted
you were wrong? Never!
- 226. You just made up this whole situation!
- 227. As long as you haven't succeeded
in elevating your dear husband
- 228. to this nonsensical
emancipated condition of yours,
- 229. then you can be sure
he has been saved just in time.
- 230. As for your children, you will
definitely make them miserable.
- 231. Stop this idiocy!
- 232. Come on now, Masha!
- 233. What is it, for God's sake?
- 234. Leave me alone.
- 235. "Midway along the journey of my life
- 236. "I woke to find myself in a dark wood"
- 237. I always said that you looked like my mother.
- 238. Apparently, that's the reason we divorced.
- 239. I notice with horror how much
Ignat is becoming like you.
- 240. Why with horror?
- 241. We two could never talk
like normal human beings.
- 242. When I recall my childhood and my mother,
- 243. somehow she always has your face.
- 244. I know why though.
- 245. I pity you both, you and her.
- 246. Why?
- 247. Ignat, put the glass down!
- 248. You won't be able to live
a normal life with anyone.
- 249. Probably.
- 250. Don't feel offended.
You seem to be convinced
- 251. that the very fact of your existence close by
- 252. will make everybody happy.
- 253. You only know how to demand.
- 254. That's because I was brought up by women.
- 255. If you don't want Ignat to become like that,
- 256. get married as soon as possible.
- 257. - Get married to whom?
- That I don't know.
- 258. Or give Ignat to me.
- 259. Why didn't you make it up with
your mother? It was your fault.
- 260. My fault? What fault?
- 261. She's convinced herself she knows
better than I how I should live.
- 262. That she can make me happy.
- 263. You happy?
- 264. As far as my mother is concerned,
I can feel it better than you.
- 265. What can you feel better?
- 266. That we're getting more and more distant,
- 267. and I can't do anything about it.
- 268. Natalya, try to distract him.
He's talking about Spain again.
- 269. It will end up in a scandal.
- 270. I wanted to ask you a favour.
We're redecorating now.
- 271. Ignat wants to live with you for a week.
- 272. I will be very happy.
- 273. What is he saying?
- 274. He's showing the great matador
- 275. Most of all, he was excited
by the farewell he was given.
- 276. The whole town came to see him off.
People sang and danced.
- 277. His mother couldn't come, she was sick.
- 278. And his father stood aside, sad and silent.
- 279. He knew they were thinking the same thing,
- 280. that they probably would never
see each other again.
- 281. Are you mocking at us or what?
- 282. We taught you and taught you,
and it was no use.
- 283. Now it turns out you can!
- 284. He went to Spain and didn't
- 285. Did you ever want to go back to Spain?
- 286. I can't go, I've got a Russian husband.
- 287. And Russian children.
- 288. I'll talk to her myself.
- 289. Ignat!
- 290. Come here. I'm leaving.
- 291. For God's sake...
- 292. Come on.
- 293. Always in a hurry...
- 294. Don't put it together,
just give it to me like that.
- 295. - Oh, I felt an electric shock.
- What shock?
- 296. As if it had already happened...
- 297. But I've never been here before.
- 298. Come on, give me the money
and stop dreaming.
- 299. Clean up a bit, make the place tidy.
- 300. Don't touch anything here.
- 301. If Maria Nikolaevna comes,
tell her to wait for me.
- 302. Come in. How are you?
- 303. May we have another cup for the young man?
- 304. Take the notebook from the third shelf
in the bookcase, will you?
- 305. Yes, that's the one.
- 306. Read from the page that is marked
with a ribbon.
- 307. "To the question of how sciences
and arts affect people's morals,
- 308. "Rousseau answered, 'Negatively."'
- 309. Read only what is underlined
with the red pencil.
- 310. "Notwithstanding the..." Oh, no!
- 311. "'The division of churches
separated us from Europe.
- 312. "'We remained excluded
- 313. "'from every great event that had shaken it.
- 314. "'However, we had our own special destiny.
- 315. "'Russia, with her immense territory,
- 316. "'had swallowed up the Mongol invasion.
- 317. "'The Tartars didn't dare
cross our western borders.
- 318. "'They retreated to their wilderness
- 319. "'and Christian civilisation had been saved.
- 320. "'To attain that goal, we had to lead
- 321. "'a special kind of life
which, while leaving us Christians,
- 322. "'had made us alien to the Christian world.
- 323. "'As for our historic insignificance,
- 324. "'I cannot agree with you on that.
- 325. "'Don't you find anything significant at all
- 326. "'in today's situation in Russia
- 327. "'that would strike a future historian?
- 328. "'Although I'm heartily attached
to our sovereign,
- 329. "'I'm far from delighted
with everything I see around me.
- 330. "'As a man of letters,
I'm being annoyed, insulted,
- 331. "'but I swear that nothing in the world
would have made me
- 332. "'change my home country
or have any other history
- 333. "'than the history of our forebears,
- 334. "'such as it was given us by God.'
- 335. "From Pushkin's letter to Chaadayev.
October 19, 1836."
- 336. Go, open up.
- 337. I'm afraid I've got the wrong address.
- 338. Ignat, how are you doing?
- 339. Did Maria Nikolaevna come?
- 340. No. Though some woman came,
but she's got the wrong apartment.
- 341. Find something to do but don't make a mess,
- 342. or invite somebody round.
- 343. Do you know any girls?
- 344. You mean from my class? Oh, no!
- 345. At your age, I was already in love...
During the war...
- 346. With a redhead...
Her lips were always blistered.
- 347. Our military instructor was chasing
after her, he was shell-shocked.
- 348. Are you listening to me?
- 349. What did you fire at?
You think I didn't see it?
- 350. You were firing up!
- 351. What's wrong with that?
There's no one there.
- 352. And what if somebody was there?
- 353. Where? There are only trees there.
- 354. And what if somebody climbed a tree?
- 355. About face!
- 356. I commanded "about face."
- 357. Why are you standing around?
Put down your rifle.
- 358. That's what I did.
- 359. Did you learn drill regulations?
- 360. Did you?
- 361. About face in Russian means
exactly what I did.
- 362. About face means a turn of 360 degrees.
- 363. What degrees?
- 364. About face!
- 365. To the firing position, forward march!
- 366. I'm going to send for your parents.
- 367. What parents?
- 368. You'll know very soon what parents.
- 369. What is the firing position?
- 370. Down on the floor mat.
- 371. His parents died during the siege.
- 372. The firing position is a firing position.
- 373. - Markov.
- Yes, sir.
- 374. Name the basic elements of
- 375. the rifle.
- 376. The butt.
- 377. - The muzzle.
- It's you who's a muzzle.
- 378. What is the muzzle then?
- 379. Lads! A grenade!
- 380. It's a hand grenade!
- 381. Don't do it!
- 382. Down on the ground!
- 383. You'll be killed!
- 384. It's only a dummy grenade.
- 385. And you say you're from Leningrad
and been under the siege.
- 386. "I don't believe in premonitions
- 387. "I have no trust in superstitions
- 388. "I don't run from slander or venom
- 389. "There's no death on earth
- 390. "All are immortal, everything's immortal
- 391. "Don't be afraid of death at 17, nor at 70
- 392. "There's just reality and light
- 393. "There's neither death nor darkness
In this world
- 394. "At last we all have reached the shore
- 395. "And I'm the one who casts a fishing rod
- 396. "When immortality is coming in a shoal
- 397. "Live in a house, and it'll never fall
- 398. "To any of the centuries I'd nod
- 399. "And enter it, a house I'd install
- 400. "That's why with me your children
- 401. "Your wives join me at my table, and all
- 402. "One table serves
Both grandfather and grandchild
- 403. "The future's being made right now
- 404. "Whenever I'm to raise my hand in tide
- 405. "I all five rays of it on you bestow
- 406. "With collarbones, as if with timber work
- 407. "I propped up every day of past age
- 408. "I measured time by a world-wide walk
- 409. "I passed through it like through the Urals
- 410. "I chose the age up to my own measure
- 411. "We headed south, with dust flying away
- 412. "The weeds smoked up
And at his own leisure
- 413. "His feeler on the horseshoe
The grasshopper forecast
- 414. "He prophesied death, as if he were a monk
- 415. "But with my fate strapped to my saddle fast
- 416. "I'm riding now in the time to come
- 417. "And surging on the stirrups to my own drum
- 418. "My immortality is quite enough for me
- 419. "For my own blood to flow ages through
- 420. "For steady warmth
And a haven safe and true
- 421. "I'd give my life self-willingly and freely
- 422. "Had not its volatile, needle-like sword
- 423. "Been leading me like a thread
Throughout the world"
- 424. Marousia?
- 425. And the children?
- 426. Where are the children?
- 427. I'm going to tell everybody
that you've stolen the book.
- 428. - What?
- I will, you'll see.
- 429. - Now stop it!
- Go on, tell everybody!
- 430. I will anyway!
- 431. Marina!
- 432. Marina!
- 433. You could have come more often.
You know that he's missing you.
- 434. I'll tell you what...
- 435. Let Ignat live with me.
- 436. Are you serious?
- 437. You said yourself that he would like to.
- 438. With you,
it's better to keep one's mouth shut.
- 439. You mean I'm inventing this
for my own pleasure?
- 440. Let's ask him. Whatever he decides...
- 441. Besides, it will make your life much easier.
- 442. Why would this make it easier for me?
- 443. Have you collected your books?
- 444. Go and say goodbye to your father.
- 445. Your mother and I would like to ask you...
- 446. What?
- 447. Wouldn't it be better if you lived with me?
- 448. How?
- 449. You and I will live together.
Haven't you said so to your mother?
- 450. Said what? When? No, please.
- 451. We really look alike, don't we?
- 452. Not at all!
- 453. What do you want from your mother?
What kind of relationship?
- 454. The kind of relationship you had
in your childhood is impossible.
- 455. You speak of some feeling of guilt,
- 456. of her life being ruined because of you...
- 457. Well, you can't get away from it.
- 458. And what she needs is
for you to become a baby again,
- 459. for her to be able to carry you
and protect you.
- 460. My God.
- 461. Why on earth am I meddling in it?
- 462. It's always like this.
- 463. Why are you whimpering? Explain it.
- 464. Should I marry him or not?
- 465. - Do I know him?
- 466. Is he Ukrainian?
- 467. Does it matter?
- 468. - What does he do?
- He's a writer.
- 469. Doesn't his name happen to be Dostoyevsky?
- 470. Yes, Dostoyevsky.
- 471. He hasn't written anything worthwhile.
Nobody knows him.
- 472. He must be about 40, isn't he?
Apparently, he's got no talent?
- 473. You've changed so much.
- 474. So, he has no talent,
he doesn't write anything.
- 475. He does write, but they don't publish him.
- 476. Look, our precious failure
has set something on fire.
- 477. Now he's punishing me.
- 478. No need to be so ironic about his failure.
- 479. If he doesn't finish school,
he'll end up being drafted.
- 480. And you'll go begging to have him
exempted from the army.
- 481. This is all the result of your indulging him.
- 482. By the way, the army would be good for him.
- 483. Why don't you call your mother?
- 484. After Aunt Lisa's death,
she stayed in bed for three days.
- 485. - I didn't know.
- You don't even call her any more.
- 486. Wasn't she supposed to come here at 5:00?
- 487. Is it so difficult to make the first move?
- 488. We were talking about Ignat.
- 489. It may be my fault, too.
- 490. Or is it because we got so bourgeois?
- 491. And our embourgeoisement
is so dense, so Asian.
- 492. I have just one suit to go out in.
- 493. With private ownership non-existent,
our well-being is on the rise.
- 494. Nothing makes any sense any more.
- 495. Why do you get so irritated?
- 496. I know a family whose 15-year-old son said,
- 497. "I'm leaving you. It disgusts me to see
- 498. "how you weasel around
trying to please everybody."
- 499. Good boy. Not like our booby.
- 500. Unfortunately, our boy
would never say such a thing.
- 501. I can imagine that family of yours!
- 502. They're no worse than we are.
He works for a newspaper.
- 503. And thinks he's a writer, too.
- 504. Though he's unable to understand
- 505. that a book is not a way
of making money but a statement.
- 506. A poet is called upon
to provoke a spiritual jolt
- 507. and not to cultivate idolaters.
- 508. What am I going to do?
- 509. You're going to get married.
- 510. Do you happen to remember
who it was who saw a bush on fire?
- 511. I mean the angel as a bush?
- 512. I don't remember. In any case, it wasn't Ignat.
- 513. Maybe we should send him
to a cadet school?
- 514. An angel as a flame coming from
a bush appeared to the prophet Moses.
- 515. He led his people out across the sea.
- 516. Why has nothing like that
ever appeared to me?
- 517. With an amazing regularity,
I keep seeing one and the same dream.
- 518. It seems to make me return to the place
poignantly dear to my heart,
- 519. where my grandfather's house used to be,
- 520. in which I was born 40 years ago
right on the dinner table.
- 521. Each time I try to enter it,
something prevents me from doing that.
- 522. I have this dream again and again.
- 523. And when I see those walls
made of logs and the dark entrance,
- 524. even in my dream I become aware
that I'm only dreaming it.
- 525. And the overwhelming joy is clouded
by anticipation of awakening.
- 526. At times, something happens
and I stop dreaming
- 527. of the house and the pine trees
of my childhood around it.
- 528. Then I get depressed.
- 529. And I can't wait to see this dream
- 530. in which I'll be a child again
- 531. and feel happy again
- 532. because everything will be still ahead,
everything will be possible.
- 533. Mummy!
- 534. - Mum, they opened up!
- What's the matter with you?
- 535. Hello.
- 536. Hello.
- 537. Hello.
- 538. - Are you Nadezhda Petrovna?
- I don't think I...
- 539. I'm Matvey Ivanov's stepdaughter.
- 540. He was a friend of your husband.
- 541. Matvey?
- 542. What Matvey?
- 543. The doctor. He used to live here.
- 544. Then he moved to Yurievets
and became a legal expert.
- 545. Are you from town?
- 546. We're from Moscow,
but we have a room in Yurievets.
- 547. We were evacuated last autumn.
- 548. And you, aren't you tired?
- 549. The air raids on Moscow began
and I have two kids.
- 550. My mother has some old connections here.
- 551. My husband's not here, he's in town.
- 552. Stop scratching yourself!
- 553. Actually I came to see you.
It's a ladies' little secret.
- 554. Come on in. Don't just stand there.
- 555. Wipe your feet.
Masha's just washed the floor.
- 556. Sit here for a while. We won't be long.
- 557. Why are you sitting in the dark?
Did it go out?
- 558. You should've called us.
- 559. - What's your name?
- 560. I've got a son too.
Not so big as you, of course.
- 561. It's not easy having kids now,
with the war going.
- 562. I wish I had a girl too.
- 563. Want to have a look? He's asleep.
- 564. - We'll be quiet.
- He's such a darling.
- 565. The other day he asked his father,
- 566. "Why is five kopecks
bigger than ten kopecks?"
- 567. I was just dumbfounded,
and his father didn't know what to say.
- 568. He always wanted a daughter.
He even thought of a girl's name.
- 569. And I prepared a pink layette.
- 570. Then I had to make everything anew.
- 571. He put us to a lot of trouble, little rascal.
- 572. You'll see for yourself.
- 573. We woke you up, didn't we?
- 574. That's your mummy's fault,
she just can't stop talking.
- 575. See, we've got company.
Strangers, aren't they?
- 576. You just wouldn't wake up, would you?
- 577. All right, darling, go back to sleep.
- 578. Do they suit me? And the ring?
- 579. - What's wrong?
- I just felt queasy.
- 580. Of course, you've made a long trip.
I should have known better.
- 581. Have a drink. It will warm you up.
- 582. I just talk and talk
when I ought to make supper.
- 583. Oh, please, you don't have to do it.
- 584. - But I can't let you go like that.
- We had a meal before leaving.
- 585. I don't like his cough!
- 586. Well, he runs wild.
- 587. We must have my husband examine him.
- 588. We can't wait,
we have a two-hour walk to make.
- 589. And what about the earrings?
My husband's got the money.
- 590. We're going to have a cock slaughtered.
Only may I ask you...
- 591. I'm three months pregnant
and having fits of sickness.
- 592. Even when
I'm milking a cow, it gets so bad...
- 593. As for the cock... Could you?
- 594. Well, I myself...
- 595. What, you too?
- 596. No, but I've never done it before.
- 597. Oh, it's nothing. Sure, in Moscow,
you ate them already slaughtered.
- 598. I usually do it right here, on this little log.
- 599. Here's the axe. My husband
sharpened it this morning.
- 600. - You mean, right in the room?
- We'll put a basin underneath.
- 601. And tomorrow you'll take a chicken with you.
- 602. No, I can't.
- 603. Maybe we'll ask Alyosha to do that?
After all, he's a man.
- 604. Why Alyosha?
- 605. All right, hold it tight.
If it breaks loose, it'll smash the dishes.
- 606. Oh no, I don't feel... Well?
- 607. Calm down. Everything will be all right.
- 608. It's a pity I only see you
when I feel very unwell.
- 609. - Do you hear me?
- 610. At last I soared up.
- 611. What's wrong, Marousia? You feel bad?
- 612. Don't be surprised. I love you.
- 613. Are you leaving already? And the earrings?
My husband will be right here.
- 614. - He's got the money.
- We've changed our mind.
- 615. It's 15 versts to the town.
It's going to be dark soon.
- 616. That's all right, don't worry.
- 617. "A man has but one body, like a single cell
- 618. "The soul is sick and tired
Of its too solid shell
- 619. "With ears, mouth, eyes
The size of a five kopeck coin
- 620. "And skin all scarred and diced
Spread over a skeleton
- 621. "Through cornea it wings
To a heavenly spring
- 622. "To ice-laden slings, to a chariot birds bring
- 623. "It hears through the grating
Of its living prison pen
- 624. "The fields' and forests' rattling
The Seven Seas' refrain
- 625. "Without a body, a soul's nude
As a body's nude without a shirt
- 626. "No thought's forthcoming, no good
No idea's born and no word
- 627. "A question that has no answer
Whoever can come back
- 628. "From the floor where no dancer
Was ever to leave track?
- 629. "I dream of another soul
In quite a different garb
- 630. "While shifting between dole
And hope, it burns up
- 631. "Like alcohol and goes
Away casts no shadow
- 632. "And just leaves as mementoes
The lilacs smelling of meadow
- 633. "Run on, my child, do not lament
The fate of poor Eurydice
- 634. "Just keep on driving to globe's end
Your copper hoop for all to see
- 635. "As long as answering to your step
However slight might be a tone
- 636. "The earth sends signals gay and pep
To every energetic bone"
- 637. Mum, the kerosene stove is smoking.
- 638. What?
- 639. Everything will depend on him.
- 640. Do you think a sore throat
could have such an after-effect?
- 641. A sore throat has nothing to do with it.
- 642. - This is a common case.
- 643. You know...
- 644. A mother dies suddenly,
then the man's wife and child...
- 645. A few days and the man is no more,
though he was quite healthy.
- 646. But no one's died in his family.
- 647. There are such things as conscience,
- 648. What do memories have to do it with it?
- 649. - You think he's guilty of something?
- He thinks so.
- 650. Leave me alone.
- 651. - Did you say something?
- Leave me alone!
- 652. I just wanted to be happy.
- 653. And what's going to happen
to your mother if you don't get up?
- 654. It's nothing, everything will be all right.
- 655. Everything will be...
- 656. Would you rather have a boy or a girl?
- 657. THE END
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