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1  I'll send Simonov a note by tomorrow's post.
Notes from the Underground By Fyodor Dostoevsky
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2  Simonov was positively surprised at my turning up.
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3  It was almost a year since I had last seen Simonov.
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4  "Let us sit down, gentlemen," cried Simonov, coming in.
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5  "We'll put your name down," Simonov decided, addressing me.
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6  "Of course not, since we are inviting him," Simonov decided.
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7  You will understand, Simonov, that I could have no idea when I came here.
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8  I had however one other acquaintance of a sort, Simonov, who was an old schoolfellow.
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9  Simonov, with whom I was left TETE-A-TETE, was in a state of vexation and perplexity, and looked at me queerly.
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10  not two paces away, Simonov repeated, accompanying me to the front door with a fussy air which did not suit him at all.
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11  Trudolyubov was on my left, Simonov on my right, Zverkov was sitting opposite, Ferfitchkin next to him, between him and Trudolyubov.
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12  And so on one occasion, unable to endure my solitude and knowing that as it was Thursday Anton Antonitch's door would be closed, I thought of Simonov.
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13  I flushed crimson, as I did so I remembered that I had owed Simonov fifteen roubles for ages--which I had, indeed, never forgotten, though I had not paid it.
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14  "So the three of us, with Zverkov for the fourth, twenty-one roubles, at the Hotel de Paris at five o'clock tomorrow," Simonov, who had been asked to make the arrangements, concluded finally.
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15  Simonov's other visitor, Trudolyubov, was a person in no way remarkable--a tall young fellow, in the army, with a cold face, fairly honest, though he worshipped success of every sort, and was only capable of thinking of promotion.
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16  One of them was Simonov, who had in no way been distinguished at school, was of a quiet and equable disposition; but I discovered in him a certain independence of character and even honesty I don't even suppose that he was particularly stupid.
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17  Of Simonov's two visitors, one was Ferfitchkin, a Russianised German--a little fellow with the face of a monkey, a blockhead who was always deriding everyone, a very bitter enemy of mine from our days in the lower forms--a vulgar, impudent, swaggering fellow, who affected a most sensitive feeling of personal honour, though, of course, he was a wretched little coward at heart.
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