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The Village of Stepanchikovo: And its Inhabitants: from the Notes of an Unknown (Penguin Classics) [Paperback]

Fyodor Dostoyevsky , Ignat Avsey
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After his retirement from military service, my uncle, Colonel Yegor Ilyich Rostanev, moved to his inherited estate of Stepanchikovo and settled down there so readily that one would have supposed he had been born and bred on the estate and never left it. Read the first page
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