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1  In that corner there was a dense crowd of peasants.
Crime and Punishment By Fyodor Dostoevsky
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2  Before him stood the same peasant who had pushed by on the stairs.
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3  There were very few people in it this time--only a house porter and a peasant.
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4  But the peasants took no notice of him; they were all shouting in groups together.
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5  A modern cultivated man would prefer prison to living with such strangers as our peasants.
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6  Because only peasants, or the most inexperienced novices deny everything flatly at examinations.
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7  Turning in at the gateway, he saw on the right a flight of stairs which a peasant was mounting with a book in his hand.
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8  If he had only put his hand up to his cheek and leaned his head on one side he would have looked exactly like a peasant woman.
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9  It may be so with a simple peasant, but with one of our sort, an intelligent man cultivated on a certain side, it's a dead certainty.
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10  At the entrance several people were standing, staring at the passers-by; the two porters, a peasant woman, a man in a long coat and a few others.
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11  "They're all generals' daughters, it seems, but they have all snub noses," interposed a tipsy peasant with a sly smile on his face, wearing a loose coat.
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12  And a heavy shower of rain came on, too, and Dounia, insulted and put to shame, had to drive with a peasant in an open cart all the seventeen versts into town.
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13  A peasant called Dushkin, who keeps a dram-shop facing the house, brought to the police office a jeweller's case containing some gold ear-rings, and told a long rigamarole.
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14  And the peasants would beat them so cruelly, sometimes even about the nose and eyes, and he felt so sorry, so sorry for them that he almost cried, and his mother always used to take him away from the window.
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15  A peasant would run away, a fashionable dissenter would run away, the flunkey of another man's thought, for you've only to show him the end of your little finger and he'll be ready to believe in anything for the rest of his life.
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16  A peculiar circumstance attracted his attention: there seemed to be some kind of festivity going on, there were crowds of gaily dressed townspeople, peasant women, their husbands, and riff-raff of all sorts, all singing and all more or less drunk.
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17  But now, strange to say, in the shafts of such a cart he saw a thin little sorrel beast, one of those peasants' nags which he had often seen straining their utmost under a heavy load of wood or hay, especially when the wheels were stuck in the mud or in a rut.
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