By Mikhail Petrovich Artsybashev
"It evoked virtually unparalleled discussions, like these on the time of Turgenev's Fathers and Sons. a few praised the radical way over it deserved, others complained bitterly that it was once a defamation of youngster. i'll, despite the fact that, with no exaggeration assert that not anyone in Russia took the difficulty to fathom the tips of the radical. The eulogies and condemnations are both one-sided." hence did Mikhail Artsybashev (1878 1927), whose novels and brief tales are suffused with subject matters of intercourse, suicide, and homicide, describe the response to e-book in 1907 of Sanin, his moment novel.
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For a long while she gazed at the moon that hung just above the garden, and in distant foliage a nightingale sang. Grief oppressed her. She felt strangely agitated by a sense of remorse and of wounded pride to think that she had ruined her life for a silly, shallow man, and that her false step had been foolish, base, and, indeed, accidental. The future seemed threatening; but she sought to dissipate her fears by obstinate bravado. " she said to herself, frowning, and striving to find some sort of grim satisfaction from this hackneyed phrase.
Thus Riasantzeff sought to reassure her, while secretly annoyed at Yourii’s childish freak. " growled Schafroff, who was equally vexed. "They are coming, they are coming! " said Lida contemptuously. A sound of footsteps could now be heard, and soon Sina and Yourii emerged from the darkness. Yourii blew out the light and smiled uneasily, as he was not sure of his reception. He was covered with yellow clay, and Sina’s shoulder bore traces of this, for she had rubbed against the side of the cavern.
Novikoff sighed, and sat down on the sofa. He liked to be quiet and think matters over. He only came to see Yourii because, at home, by himself, he was sad and worried. Lida’s refusal still distressed him, and he could not be sure if he felt grieved or humiliated. As a straightforward, indolent fellow, he had so far heard nothing of the local gossip concerning Lida and Sarudine. He was not jealous, but only sorrowful that the dream which brought happiness so near to him had fled. Novikoff thought that his life was a failure, but it never occurred to him to end it, since to live on was futile.
Sanin: A Novel by Mikhail Petrovich Artsybashev