1 Your friend is going to stay with us.
2 You promised to come and see me; bring your friend with you.
3 Bazarov stood still, while Arkady nodded to Fenitchka like an old friend.
4 We must make friends though, he added, and turned back towards the arbour.
5 Yes, yes,' began Bazarov; 'it's a lesson to you, my young friend, an instructive example.
6 He felt the tears were coming into his eyes, and he did not like to cry before his sarcastic friend.
7 Bazarov only bowed, and a last surprise was in store for Arkady; he noticed that his friend was blushing.
8 Arkady flung himself on the neck of his former leader and friend, and the tears fairly gushed from his eyes.
9 Daddy,' he said, 'let me introduce you to my great friend, Bazarov, about whom I have so often written to you.
10 'Another day, when he's had time to get used to me,' said Arkady indulgently, and the two friends walked away.
11 In his heart he was highly delighted with his friend's suggestion, but he thought it a duty to conceal his feeling.
12 Foreseeing inevitable separation, he wanted at least to remain her friend, as though friendship with such a woman was possible.
13 And the two friends went off to Bazarov's room, which was already pervaded by a sort of medico-surgical odour, mingled with the smell of cheap tobacco.
14 Vassily Ivanovitch took his hands from his face and clasped his wife, his friend, as warmly as he had never clasped in youth; she comforted him in his grief.
15 He resigned his commission in spite of the entreaties of his friends and the exhortations of his superiors, and followed the princess; four years he spent in foreign countries, at one time pursuing her, at another time intentionally losing sight of her.
16 Heavy expensive furniture stood in the ordinary stiff arrangement along the walls, which were covered with cinnamon-coloured paper with gold flowers on it; Odintsov had ordered the furniture from Moscow through a friend and agent of his, a spirit merchant.
17 In a few minutes Bazarov had traversed all the little paths of the garden; he went into the cattle-yard and the stable, routed out two farm-boys, with whom he made friends at once, and set off with them to a small swamp about a mile from the house to look for frogs.
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