Tales of the Wilderness

Tales of the Wilderness

By Boris Pilniak

  • Category: Short Stories, Books, Fiction & Literature
  • Type: ebook
  • Release Date: 1937-01-01
  • File Size: 171.69KB
  • Developer: Boris Pilniak
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  • Price: Free
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Tales of the Wilderness Details

Tales of the Wilderness is a Fiction Short Story Book. The tinkling of postillion-bells broke the stillness of the crisp winter night--a coachman driving from the station perhaps. They rang out near the farm, were heard descending into a hollow; then, as the horses commenced to trot, they jingled briskly into the country, their echoes at last dying away beyond the common. Polunin and his guest, Arkhipov, were playing chess in his study. Vera Lvovna was minding the infant; she talked with Alena for a while; then went into the drawing-room, and rummaged among the books there. Polunin's study was large, candles burnt on the desk, books were scattered about here and there; an antique firearm dimly shone above a wide, leather-covered sofa. The silent, moonlit night peered in through the blindless windows, through one of which was passed a wire. The telegraph-post stood close beside it, and its wires hummed ceaselessly in the room somewhere in a corner of the ceiling--a onotonous, barely audible sound, like a snow-storm.

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