1 Mr. Kirsanov has gone to the fields.
2 His name was Nikolai Petrovitch Kirsanov.
3 Of course, General Kirsanov was not one of the.
4 'Sitnikov, Kirsanov,' mumbled Bazarov, not stopping.
5 'Bazarov, Kirsanov,' he announced abruptly in imitation of Bazarov.
6 In other words, Arkady Kirsanov is too exalted for my comprehension.
7 She secretly left Baden, and from that time steadily avoided Kirsanov.
8 Kirsanov knows very well we're not Croesuses, and that you have no butler.
9 That is a matter of indifference to you, Monsieur Bazarov; but you, I think, Monsieur Kirsanov, are fond of music.
10 Pavel Petrovitch Kirsanov was educated first at home, like his younger brother, and afterwards in the Corps of Pages.
11 More than once, as he went home after a tender interview, Kirsanov felt within him that heartrending, bitter vexation which follows on a total failure.
12 He invited Kirsanov and Bazarov to his ball, and within a few minutes invited them a second time, regarding them as brothers, and calling them Kisarov.
13 The choice of the authorities fell upon Matvy Ilyitch Kolyazin, the son of the Kolyazin, under whose protection the brothers Kirsanov had once found themselves.
14 After her there came out of the house a young lad, very like Piotr, dressed in a coat of grey livery, with white armorial buttons, the servant of Pavel Petrovitch Kirsanov.
15 His mother, one of the Kolyazin family, as a girl called Agathe, but as a general's wife Agathokleya Kuzminishna Kirsanov, was one of those military ladies who take their full share of the duties and dignities of office.
16 'Yes, I must wash,' answered Arkady, and was just moving towards the door, but at that instant there came into the drawing-room a man of medium height, dressed in a dark English suit, a fashionable low cravat, and kid shoes, Pavel Petrovitch Kirsanov.