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A Naughty Boy

Auhtor: Anton Chekhov

Language: english

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Review by C. F. Hill, September 2007


Rating: (*****)
Copyright: Public Domain in the U.S.
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Excerpts from the Book 'A Naughty Boy':

... and Anna Zamblitskaya, a girl with a tip-tilted nose, descended the steep river bank and took their seats on a bench at its foot. The bench stood at the ...
... Sitting there, one was hidden from all the world and observed only by fish and the daddy-long-legs that skimmed like lightning across the surface of ...
... for my existence. I knew that you were the idol at whose feet I was to lay the whole of an honourable and industrious life-that's a big one biting! ...
... I am not worthy of that, I dare not even dream of it-but tell me if I may aspire to-pull! With a shriek, Anna jerked the arm that held ...
... The perch fell off the hook, flopped across the grass toward its native element, and splashed into the water. Somehow, while pursuing it, Lapkin ...
... in a kiss. It all happened accidentally. A second kiss succeeded the first, and then followed vows and the plighting of troth. Happy moments! But perfect ...
... before them, up to his waist in water, stood a naked boy: it was Kolia, Anna's schoolboy brother! He stood there smiling maliciously with his eyes ...
... I'll tell mamma! I hope that, as an honourable boy- faltered Lapkin, blushing. To spy on us is mean, but to sneak is low, base, vile. ...
... occasion. Next day Lapkin brought Kolia a box of paints from town and a ball his sister gave him all her old pillboxes. They next had to present ...
... Lapkin and Anna went, there he went too. He never left them to themselves for a moment. The little wretch! muttered Lapkin grinding his teeth. ...
... and then demanded presents he could not get enough, and at last began talking of a watch. The watch was given him. Once during dinner, while ...
... from the table and ran into another room. The young people remained in this situation until the end of August when the day at last came on ...
... in search of Kolia. He nearly wept with exultation on finding him, and caught the wicked boy by the ear. Anna came running up, too, looking for ...
... they had never once experienced such bliss, such thrilling rapture, as they did during those few moments when they were pulling the ears of that ...
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