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Matvei Ilich used to express his great respect for Guizot 45 and tried to impress each and every person with the idea that he didn't belong to the ranks of ordinary officials and backward bureaucrats and that he didn't neglect any important aspect of social life ... Such phrases were most customary to him. He even followed the development of contemporary literature, though with casual condescension, it's true: in the same way a grown man who meets a line of young boys on the street will sometimes fall in behind it.
He spoke about him in such detail and with such enthusiasm that Odintsova turned and looked at him very carefully. Meanwhile the mazurka was coming to an end. Arkady felt sad at having to part from her: he had so enjoyed spending nearly an hour with her! True, during the whole time he constantly felt she was indulging him, that he ought to feel grateful to her ... but young hearts aren't burdened much by this feeling. The music ended. "Merci," Odintsova said and stood up. "You promised to visit me; bring your friend with you.
You're a dangerous gentleman; you're such a critic. Oh, my God! It's so absurd, but I'm talking like a country landowner. In fact, I really am a landowner. I manage my own estate, and, just imagine, have a steward named Erofey—he's a wonderful character, just like Cooper's Pathfinder: 59 there's something so spontaneous about him! I've settled down here once and for all; the town's unbearable, isn't that so? " "It's a town like any other," Bazarov remarked coolly. "Petty interests all the time, that's what makes it so awful!
Fathers and Sons (Norton Critical Editions) by Ivan Turgenev, Michael R. Katz (Translator)