By Joseph L (Ed) Baron
Jewish stories by means of Gentile Authors.
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Com << Chapter >> 28 Home | TOC ANTON CHEKHOV of her, never paid any attention to her, but treated her as if she were a cat or a dog. Yet every day she had lighted the stove, boiled and baked, fetched water, chopped wood, slept with him on the same bed; and when he returned drunk from weddings, she had taken his fiddle respectfully, and hung it on the wall, and put him to bed—all this silently, with a timid, worried expression on her face. And now he felt that he could take pity on her, and would like to buy her a present, but it was too late.
He is a little feverish,” says his mother. And I bend down and kiss his forehead and answer, calmly: “That is not surprising. ” This Library PDF version is for the use on an institutional computer only. com << Chapter >> Home | TOC This Library PDF version is for the use on an institutional computer only. com << Chapter >> Home | TOC MAURUS JOKAI Foremost Hungarian novelist, 1825–1904. At the age of seventeen, Mor Jokai wrote The Jewish Boy, a drama which was acclaimed by the Hungarian Academy, and which he reconstructed and presented to the public as his first novel in 1845.
There were not many patients there, and he had to wait only three hours. To his joy he was received not by the doctor but the feldscher, Maksim Nikolaich, an old man of whom it was said that, although he was drunken and quarrelsome, he knew more than the doctor. ” said Yakov, leading the old woman into the dispensary. “Forgive me, Maksim Nikolaich, for troubling you with my vain affairs. But there, you can see for yourself my object is ill. The companion of my life, as they say; excuse the expression.