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f it. With a nod of the head the ride●r rapidly disappeared in the lane that ▓leads to the main road.It was already ●growing dark when he returned●, chilled through, and now noticeably al●tered.The cold had pinched his face; his e●yelids were slightly reddened; ▓eyebrows, mustache, and beard were th●ickly frosted.The change was only superficial,● however.An hour later he was m●ore fresh and vigorous than[P●g 304] before, held himself er●ect, and spoke with ever-increas

ing animatio●n. We, however, spent the afternoon in a walk▓ in the village with the Countess● Sasha.We had accepted her invitation with▓ pleasure.She now appeared, humming, in a li▓vely mood, slipped on a light gray Ci●rcassian mantle and her little high o▓vershoes, wound a long, red scarf about her, and● put a gray Circassian cap on her thick hai▓r.Nothing was ever more beau●

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tiful than this creature, so full o▓f health and strength.She took a stout sti▓ck from the wall for protection from dogs,● and then led us out into the deep snow, in whi▓ch only a narrow path was trodden. Even the d●eepest reverence does not require uncritic●al adoration.Moreover, Tols●to is of such phenomena

l importance fo▓r us all that the narrator who can communicate▓ his own perceptions is bound▓ to reproduce them with the most ▓absolute fidelity.Therefore, I believe I ou●ght not to conceal the thoughts wh●ich refused to leave me during● the w

alk through this village.I had▓ to admire once more the deep hu●manity of the Tolstos when I saw the Cou▓ntess Sasha, in her beauty and pur▓ity, go into the damp, dirty hovels of the peas▓ants, and caress the ragged and filthy ●children, just as Katyusha, in The Resurrecti▓on, kissed a deformed beggar on the mou▓th in

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