Boyhood by Leo Tolstoy Page 1 of 91

CONTENTS

I. A SLOW JOURNEY
II. THE THUNDERSTORM
III. A NEW POINT OF VIEW
IV. IN MOSCOW
V. MY ELDER BROTHER
VI. MASHA
VII. SMALL SHOT
VIII. KARL IVANITCH"S HISTORY
IX. CONTINUATION OF KARL"S NARRATIVE
X. CONCLUSION OF KARL"S NARRATIVE
XI. ONE MARK ONLY
XII. THE KEY
XIII. THE TRAITRESS
XIV. THE RETRIBUTION
XV. DREAMS
XVI. "KEEP ON GRINDING, AND YOU"LL HAVE FLOUR"
XVII. HATRED
XVIII. THE MAIDSERVANTS" ROOM


XIX. BOYHOOD
XX. WOLODA
XXI. KATENKA AND LUBOTSHKA
XXII. PAPA
XXIII. GRANDMAMMA
XXIV. MYSELF
XXV. WOLODA"S FRIENDS
XXVI. DISCUSSIONS
XXVII. THE BEGINNING OF OUR FRIENDSHIP


I. A SLOW JOURNEY

Again two carriages stood at the front door of the house at Petrovskoe. In one of them sat Mimi, the two girls, and their maid, with the bailiff, Jakoff, on the box, while in the other-a britchka-sat Woloda, myself, and our servant Vassili. Papa, who was to follow us to Moscow in a few days, was standing bareheaded on the entrance-steps.



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