Leo Tolstoy,Fyodor Dosteyevsky

The Russian Short Story

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    noblest in letters feels when tasting
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    "What wretches all you men are! I'd burn you all in an oven; I'd cut you in pieces. If any one of you was dying I'd spit in his mouth, and not pity him a bit. Mean skunks! You wheedle and wheedle, you wag your tails like cringing dogs, and we fools give ourselves up to you, and it's all up with us! Immediately you trample us underfoot… Miserable loafers"
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    Well, well, the mind of a hungry man is always better nourished and healthier than the mind of the well-fed man; and there you have a situation from which you may draw a very ingenious conclusion in favour of the ill fed.
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    There is no crueller beast on this earth than man. Wolf does not eat wolf, but man will readily devour man."

    "Come, friend, don't say that; a wolf eats wolf."

    "The words came into my mind and I said it.
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    Thus, though a gamester at heart, he never touched a card, for he considered his position did not allow him—as he said—"to risk the necessary in the hope of winning the superfluous,"
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    The letter contained a declaration of love; it was tender, respectful, and copied word for word from a German novel.
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