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Poor Folk - September 19th. My Beloved Barbara Alexievna Post by :DigitalZone Category :Long Stories Author :Fyodor Dostoyevsky Date :March 2012 Read :1841

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Poor Folk - September 19th. My Beloved Barbara Alexievna

September 19th. My Beloved Barbara Alexievna

September 19th.

MY BELOVED BARBARA ALEXIEVNA,--I hasten to let you know that Rataziaev has found me some work to do for a certain writer--the latter having submitted to him a large manuscript. Glory be to God, for this means a large amount of work to do. Yet, though the copy is wanted in haste, the original is so carelessly written that I hardly know how to set about my task. Indeed, certain parts of the manuscript are almost undecipherable. I have agreed to do the work for forty kopecks a sheet. You see therefore (and this is my true reason for writing to you), that we shall soon be receiving money from an extraneous source. Goodbye now, as I must begin upon my labours.--Your sincere friend,

MAKAR DIEVUSHKIN.

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