Cities and Years (European Classics)
ebook by way of Fedin, Konstantin
The reinforcements moved up of their help, it's to be anticipated that during the very close to destiny the enemy will holiday in the course of the Nikolayev Railroad. The assets o f the Petrograd forti fied zone are insufficient fo r conflict and its defenses haven't been repaired. In view o f the super severe risk to Petrograd, which has been created, I request you ship at the least brigades o f pro reinforcements to the quarter o f Tosno no less than that allows you to hinder the chance o f an develop.
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Like oxen. M ay we be burned by way of hearth and attempted via iron. W e swear that no longer by means of a unmarried sound lets betray each other. W e swear that like brothers we will proportion the treasure, w ithout quarreling. W e swear that we’ll get spades, a lan tern and som e ro p e. A nd w e’ll obey M arie in each th in g . A m en.” “W ait,” acknowledged M arie, whilst the oath have been stated, “I don’t just like the finish, and also you m ust repeat it.” All raised their fingers a moment tim e and acknowledged: “And we will obey M arie in.
A row o f low headstones slipped away into the darkness, the black vault hung in an egg over the crypt; knights, courtiers, mar graves, saved silence within the old dampness o f stone and earth. “B ut the treasures . . . you took them o ff her?” w hispered Marie. “T right here have been no treasures . . . no longer for a g e s.. . . ” W hat’s that? He appeared to smile? No, that used to be worry twisting his face. W hat was once he petrified of? How light he used to be! H e was once paler, paler than the m argravine. H is eyes had grown still,.