Dramatic Publishing, May 1, 1995 - 30 pages
It is not necessary to say much about this tailor; but, as it is the custom to have the character of each personage in a novel clearly defined, there is no help for it, so here is Petrovitch the tailor. At first he was called only Grigoriy, and was some gentleman's serf; he commenced calling himself Petrovitch from the time when he received his free papers, and further began to drink heavily on all holidays, at first on the great ones, and then on all church festivities without discrimination, wherever a cross stood in the calendar.
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19th Century Russia Ach-chool admiration Akaky Akayevich AKAKY crosses AKAKY stands AKAKY strolling AKAKY's room ANNA can double Anna Petrovich Auuugh cat fur CITIZENS coat coins crack your head Czar desk for three documents/papers dressing jacket DUNYASHA enters enters from DL filled with self-importance garment ghost give Gogol government bonus hand handsome overcoat HEAD CLERK enters head clerk say humble little clerk husband Inspector of Police Kalinkin Bridge kerchief kopecks landlady lapel Legal Records LUKERYA enters LUKERYA exits LUKERYA PRALINSKY marten Ministry of Legal never Nikolai Gogol's old room Optional clothes tree pantomime Payment in full PERSON OF CONSE PERSON OF CONSEQUENCE Petersburg PETROVICH assist PETROVICH can double PETROVICH enters Petrovich the tailor PETROVICH'S VOICE play pocket watch real napkin role of RUFFIAN role of SONYA shabby chair shivering small sacrifice Steps to AKAKY stolen story-theatre Take teasing tell There's wearing young sir