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A Tripping Tongue (Full Text) - Anton Chekhov

... the mountains without a guide! I should like to see you do it! If you don't know the ways there, if you don't understand, you had better hold your tongue! Yes, hold your tongue. You can't take a step there without a guide." "So ...

Aborigines (Full Text) - Anton Chekhov

... to pieces, the plankway is falling into the ditch, the fence is rotten; you had better set to and mend it all, or if you don't know how, go into the kitchen and help your wife. Your wife is running ...

Ariadne (Full Text) - Anton Chekhov

... what a bore it is, what a silly business!" When I counted over the money I received he said: "If you don't lend me a thousand francs, I am faced with complete ruin. Your money is the only resource ...

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The Anniversary (Full Text) - Anton Chekhov

... my life.... Ouf! It's given me a headache.... [Breathing heavily] I tell you once more... do you hear me? If you don't get out of this, you old devil, I'll grind you into powder! I've got such a character that I'm perfectly capable of ...

The Cherry Orchard (Act 1) - Anton Chekhov

... to VARYA, then to FIERS and to YASHA] I don't want to go away. [To LUBOV ANDREYEVNA]. If you think about the villas and make up your mind, then just let me know, and I'll raise a loan of 50,000 roubles ...

The Cherry Orchard (Act 3) - Anton Chekhov

... the university. LUBOV. Why are you getting angry, Varya? He's teasing you about Lopakhin, well what of it? You can marry Lopakhin if you want to, he's a good, interesting man.... You needn't if you don't want to; nobody wants to ...

The Proposal (Full Text) - Anton Chekhov

... one, why yell like that? You won't prove anything just by yelling. I don't want anything of yours, and don't intend to give up what I have. Why should I? And you know, my beloved, that if you propose to go on arguing ...

The Sea-Gull (Act 3) - Anton Chekhov

... excitement] Don't cry! You mustn't cry! [She bursts into tears] You really mustn't. [She kisses his forehead, his cheeks, his head] My darling child, forgive me. Forgive your wicked mother. TREPLIEFF [Embracing her] Oh, if you could only know what ...

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The Three Sisters (Act 2) - Anton Chekhov

... come. We create it?and in that one object is our destiny and, if you like, our happiness. [MASHA laughs softly.] TUZENBACH. What is it? MASHA. I don't know. I've been laughing all day, ever since morning. VERSHININ. I finished my education ...

The Three Sisters (Act 3) - Anton Chekhov

... know what I am talking about... And to-morrow there's to be no more of that old thief, that old hag... [Stamping] that witch! And don't you dare to annoy me! Don't you dare! [Stopping short] Really, if you don't move ...

The Wedding (Full Text) - Anton Chekhov

... minute, Nastasya Timofeyevna! Just come here, if you don't mind! [Takes NASTASYA TIMOFEYEVNA aside, puffing] Listen... The General's coming... I found one at last.... I'm simply worn out.... A real General, a solid one?old, you know, aged perhaps eighty, or even ninety. NASTASYA ...

Uncle Vanya (Act 2) - Anton Chekhov

... to forget that. [A pause] Tell me, doctor, if I had a friend or a younger sister, and if you knew that she, well?loved you, what would you do? ASTROFF [Shrugging his shoulders] I don't know. I don't think I should do anything. I should make her ...

A Dreary Story (Chap. 4) - Anton Chekhov

... , but we will let art alone. You are a splendid and rare person, but you don't know enough about art sincerely to think it sacred. You have no instinct or feeling for art. You have been hard at work all your ...

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A Malefactor (Full Text) - Anton Chekhov

... to penal servitude." "Of course, you know best.... We are ignorant people.... What do we understand?" "You understand all about it! You are lying, shamming!" "What should I lie for? Ask in the village if you don't believe me. Only a bleak ...

An Anonymous Story (Chap. 10) - Anton Chekhov

... there are no evils in the system itself; what is the matter is that you don't know yourselves what you want from marriage. What is it you want? In legal and illegal cohabitation, in every sort of union and cohabitation ...

An Anonymous Story (Chap. 6) - Anton Chekhov

... begin with housemaids as boys, and get so used to it that you feel no repugnance. I don't know, I don't know, but I have actually read.... George, of course you are right," she said, going up to Orlov and changing to a caressing ...

An Upheaval (Full Text) - Anton Chekhov

... all over, sank on to her linen-basket.         A maid-servant came into the room.         "Liza, you don't know why they have been rummaging in my room?" the governess asked her.         "Mistress has lost a ...

My Life (Chap. 7) - Anton Chekhov

... accidental. One evening when we were playing billiards the doctor said to me: "I say, why don't you call on Miss Dolyhikov? You don't know Maria Victorovna. She is a clever, charming, simple creature." I told him how the engineer had received ...

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The Cattle-Dealers (Full Text) - Anton Chekhov

... of the journey. For you know in moving cattle every hour is precious. To-day meat is one price; and to-morrow, look you, it will be another. If you are a day or two late and don't get your price ...

The Dependents (Full Text) - Anton Chekhov

... all." The friend sighed and stroked his red face. "If you were dead that would settle it," he said. "You go on living, and you don't know what for. . . . Yes, indeed! But if it is not the Lord's will for ...

The Duel (Chap. 11) - Anton Chekhov

... with him. Tell him so, or, if you don't, I give you my word I'll go to his office and kick him downstairs, and I'll break off all acquaintance with you. So you'd better know it." "Well! To go with her ...

The Duel (Chap. 15) - Anton Chekhov

... come quickly. . . ." "Where?" "Some one wants to see you, some one you don't know, about very important business; he earnestly begs you to come for a minute. He wants to speak to you of something. . . . For him it's a question of life ...

The Petchenyeg (Full Text) - Anton Chekhov

... . But allow me to say, if they were not slaughtered they would multiply, you know, and then good-bye to the kitchen-gardens and the meadows. Why, a pig, if you let it free and don't look after it, will ruin ...

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The Pipe (Full Text) - Anton Chekhov

... wild beasts, too, and the cattle, and the bees, and the fish.... If you don't believe me ask the old people; every old man will tell you that the fish are not at all what they used to be. In ...

The Swedish Match (Chap. 2) - Anton Chekhov

... of guilt. To-day I am talking to you for the last time. If you don't confess to-day, to-morrow it will be too late. Come, tell us. . . ." "I know nothing, and I don't know your evidence," whispered Psyekov. "That's useless! Well ...

The Witch (Full Text) - Anton Chekhov

... roused, ran up to the postman and tugged him by the sleeve. "Hey, your honour, if you must go, go; and if you don't, it's not the thing.... Sleeping won't do." The postman jumped up, sat down, looked with ...

A Dead Body (Full Text) - Anton Chekhov

... think over in your head in what meaning the word is used. Do you see? Make an effort! If you don't gain some sense for yourself you'll be a simpleton and of no account at all to your dying day ...

A Happy Man (Full Text) - Anton Chekhov

... . . . . I'm off to look for my carriage. Good-bye!" "You'll fall between the carriages in the dark if you don't look out! Sit down, and when we get to a station you'll find your own compartment. Sit down!" Ivan Alexyevitch ...

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An Avenger (Full Text) - Anton Chekhov

... will be one husband the less in Russia. Society would be pleased if the Government were to send all the husbands to Sahalin. Oh, M'sieu, you don't know how it excites my indignation to see the corruption of morals nowadays ...

A Tragedian In Spite Of Himself (Full Text) - Anton Chekhov

... devil knows what, skirts and lamp-globes, no! I humbly decline! No, no, no! I've had enough! Enough! MURASHKIN. Don't shout, the neighbours will hear you! TOLKACHOV. Let your neighbours hear; it's all the same to me! If you don't give ...

Oh! The Public (Full Text) - Anton Chekhov

... , who is a friend of ours." "Gentlemen! Why of course I . . . why of course you . . ." Podtyagin is panic-stricken. "We don't want explanations. But we warn you, if you don't apologize, we shall see justice done to him." "Certainly I . . . I'll apologize, of ...

Peasant Wives (Full Text) - Anton Chekhov

... pitch, and shaking and weeping, she cried: 'I can't stand him; I loathe him; I can't bear it! If you don't love me, better kill me!' I was angry, and I struck her twice with the bridle, but ...

The Duel (Chap. 1) - Anton Chekhov

... friends got out and began dressing. "Of course, it is difficult to live with a woman if you don't love her," said Samoylenko, shaking the sand out of his boots. "But one must look ...

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The Duel (Chap. 12) - Anton Chekhov

... who kept a pure memory of her. "If you don't give me an interview to-day, I shall take measures, I assure you on my word of honour. You can't treat decent people like this; you must understand that." That was from Kirilin.

The First-Class Passenger (Full Text) - Anton Chekhov

... vis-a-vis timidly, clearing his throat. "Do you know the name of Pushkov?" "Pushkov? H'm! Pushkov.... No, I don't know it!" "That is my name,..." said the vis-a-vis,, overcome with embarrassment. "Then you don't know it? And yet I have been a professor ...

The Helpmate (Full Text) - Anton Chekhov

... . "That's the usual New Year's greeting and nothing else. There are no secrets in it." "You are reckoning on my not knowing English. No, I don't know it; but I have a dictionary. That telegram is from Riss; he drinks to the health ...

The Privy Councillor (Full Text) - Anton Chekhov

... lengthy proceedings, and said: "Mind now, Spiridon, you will have to answer for it to God if you spoil the cloth! And it will be the worse for you if you don't make them fit!" Mother's words threw Spiridon first ...

The Shoemaker And The Devil (Full Text) - Anton Chekhov

... on the back, but she said angrily: "Peasant! Ignorant lout! You don't know how to behave with ladies! If you love me you will kiss my hand; I don't allow you to beat me." "This is a blasted existence!" thought Fyodor. "People ...

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The Swedish Match (Chap. 1) - Anton Chekhov

... the world from Antichrist?and that she fancies is her merit, her religious achievement! Ah, you don't know these old maids, these Old Believers! You should read Dostoevsky! And what does Lyeskov say . . . and Petchersky! It's she, it's she, I'll ...

Ward No. 6 (Chap. 10) - Anton Chekhov

... higher it is, the more responsively and vigorously it reacts to reality. How is it you don't know that? A doctor, and not know such trifles! To despise suffering, to be always contented, and to be surprised at nothing, ...

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