1 So that surgeon was his father.
2 'At once, at once,' his father assented.
3 Arkady turned a rapid glance on his father.
4 'You don't know my father well enough,' said Arkady.
5 'I have looked at all your father's establishment,' Bazarov began again.
6 And the dear good peasants are taking your father in to a dead certainty.
7 His father gave him up as a bad job, and let him go into the civil service.
8 Arkady turned round quickly to his father, and gave him a sounding kiss on the cheek.
9 Your father was saying to-day that he'd had an invitation from your illustrious relative.
10 The two brothers looked at him in silence, while Arkady stealthily watched first his father and then his uncle.
11 He flung off his cloak and turned to his father, with a face so bright and boyish, that the latter gave him another hug.
12 Their father returned to his division and his wife, and only rarely sent his sons large sheets of grey paper, scrawled over in a bold clerkly hand.
13 The father and son went out on to the terrace under the shelter of the awning; near the balustrade, on the table, among great bunches of lilacs, the samovar was already boiling.
14 A severe moralist would regard my openness, as improper; but, in the first place, it can't be concealed, and secondly, you are aware I have always had peculiar ideas as regards the relation of father and son.
15 In a few minutes the horses were harnessed; the father and son were installed in the carriage; Piotr climbed up on to the box; Bazarov jumped into the coach, and nestled his head down into the leather cushion; and both the vehicles rolled away.
16 He made his sentences quite unnecessarily long, avoided the word 'daddy,' and even sometimes replaced it by the word 'father,' mumbled, it is true, between his teeth; with an exaggerated carelessness he poured into his glass far more wine than he really wanted, and drank it all off.
17 Arkady's voice had been shaky at the beginning; he felt himself magnanimous, though at the same time he realised he was delivering something of the nature of a lecture to his father; but the sound of one's own voice has a powerful effect on any man, and Arkady brought out his last words resolutely, even with emphasis.
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