Min första kärlek by Ivan Turgenev

By Ivan Turgenev

"Gästerna hade avlägsnat sig för länge sedan. Klockan slog halv ett. Kvar i rummet var endast värden tillsammans med Sergej Nikolajevitj och Vladimir Petrovitj."

Till Turgenjevs märkligaste verk hör Min första kärlek (1860). Själv framhöll han den gärna som sin mest personliga. Den unge mannens rivalitet med fadern var något som han själv hade upplevt, until eventually och med vid en ännu något spädare ålder.

Ivan Turgenjev (1818-1883) var den förste av de stora ryska författarna som väckte uppmärksamhet i utlandet. Vid sidan av sina romaner fortsatte Turgenjev att skriva noveller.

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Not read anything? If I don’t write anything, what would I do? I’ll flunk out of Composition. I’ll have to repeat the class. I’ll copy out of books like the others. No, I’ll write, I’ll write myself. Fine, they’ll kick me out. They’ll beat me until I die. Did you think they’d forever go on picking you up and patting little Sweetie on the back? If only I was good at math. I wish I could play soccer . ” The samovar in front of Granny was boiling. Granny poured a glass of tea and placed it in front of me.

Echo throughout the bathhouse. And in the same way, we fear that due to the sheer, overpowering force of his strong paws which bend our necks to the left and right, little by little our necks will become loose and will come out suddenly from between our shoulders, and our heads will remain in his hands and our bodies will fall on the floor of the bathhouse. As we know, the body-washer never does this to a corpse and this is where it becomes evident to us how forbearing and kind body-washers are.

Hosseini went inside. My spirits rose. I ate the bread and pedaled my bicycle into the street, and off I went. In two hours. ” I would have to kill the two hours until it was time to go see the principal. I knew Mr Hosseini to be a man of his word and that he would definitely phone the principal. However, I was so filled with dread, I feared he would forget. The schoolkids were walking to school with books and schoolbags in hand and I was wandering around in the streets, lost and bewildered. I wanted to go to school and stand there and wait.

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