Roubles in Words, Kopeks in Figures: And Other Stories
Russian writer Vasily Shukshin (1929-1974) tells stories with humor and humanity, depicting the struggles and triumphs of people who migrated, dispossesed and powerless, from the country to the city. "Wonderfully vivid, often hilarious."--The Guardi
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accordion afraid Andrei ARISTARCH SNUB-NOSE ARISTARCH VERA ARISTARCH Arkasha asked Baba Yaga's daughter BALDY VERA BALDY bath-house began better bottle carpenters certificate cossack course d'you mean d'you think dance drink Efim elegant devil everything exclaimed eyes father feel fool Georgi GINGER PAUNCHY Gorinich hands head hetman HONEST JOE PAUNCHY Ilya Ilya Muromets Ivan JOE VERA HONEST Kolka kopeks laughed Listen live look Maya Milka Mishka moustache never Neverlaugh Nikolay Oblomov PAUNCHY ARISTARCH PAUNCHY PAUNCHY BALDY PAUNCHY GINGER PAUNCHY HONEST JOE Pause Philip Popov prison roubles round Sanya sentry shouted Shukshin shut Sinelnikov sing smile SNUB-NOSE ARISTARCH SNUB-NOSE PAUNCHY Sonya sort Sound of door Spontaneous combustion staring Stefan Stenka Razin stop stupid suddenly suppose talk tell There's thing thought Vaganov Vanka Vanya village Vladivostok vodka Who's wife Wise Yaga Yegor Yevgeny Yevtushenko Zlatoust