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"These rags belong to that bastard, the cameraman," he said. "Stuff them in that
knapsack and leave it at the front door. Today Andrewlka is signing that traitor out
, but, Sashulka, you can stay here as long as you wish. Make yourself at home, ...
He has told himself a thousand times, 'It's time to turn over a new leaf,' but again
the telephone rings, and again the wheels are turning. Andrewlka is tired of these
troops. Oh, how tired. Sashulka, old pal, today you're the man of the house.
"Sound the trumpets, Andrewlka meets Sashulka after a fun-filled evening," gaily
announced the hero of the previous night. "I trust that Sashulka had a good
night's sleep and is ready for breakfast. His faithful servant, Andrewlka, cleaned ...
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So many richnessess in such a small book. Such lovable characters. An indictment of a political system that never could work, no matter how hard it hammered its citizens into place. Read full review