The complete works of Count Tolstoy . ion for a grown-up and egotistical man, I sympathizedwith all the men who were in this situation, and tried toexplain to myself the character, degree, and directionof their mental capacity, in order to judge from thoseconsiderations the degree of their moral suffering. Thisyunker, or reduced officer, by his restless look and by theintentional and constant change of expression, which Ihad noticed in him, appeared to me to be a very cleverand extremely egotistical, and, therefore, a very pitiable,man. Staff-Captain Sh proposed to us to play another game of s

The complete works of Count Tolstoy . ion for a grown-up and egotistical man, I sympathizedwith all the men who were in this situation, and tried toexplain to myself the character, degree, and directionof their mental capacity, in order to judge from thoseconsiderations the degree of their moral suffering. Thisyunker, or reduced officer, by his restless look and by theintentional and constant change of expression, which Ihad noticed in him, appeared to me to be a very cleverand extremely egotistical, and, therefore, a very pitiable,man. Staff-Captain Sh proposed to us to play another game of s Stock Photo
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The complete works of Count Tolstoy . ion for a grown-up and egotistical man, I sympathizedwith all the men who were in this situation, and tried toexplain to myself the character, degree, and directionof their mental capacity, in order to judge from thoseconsiderations the degree of their moral suffering. Thisyunker, or reduced officer, by his restless look and by theintentional and constant change of expression, which Ihad noticed in him, appeared to me to be a very cleverand extremely egotistical, and, therefore, a very pitiable, man. Staff-Captain Sh proposed to us to play another game of skittles, the penalty for the losing party to be, inaddition to the ride on the back, several bottles of redwine, rum, sugar, cinnamon, and cloves for mulled wine, which during this winter, on account of the frost, was very popular in our detachment. Guskantini, as Sh again called him, was also invited to take part in the game;but, before beginning to play, he, obviously strugglingbetween the pleasure which this invitation afforded him. The Game of Skittles r/iotOf:^raviirf from /uii/iiii; hy /. [. /z/iiitrhich

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