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The Horse-Stealers and Other Stories by Anton Chekhov.
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By: Edward Everett Hale
I cannot well tell you how much dismay this sight of a footprint in the ground gave me, nor how many sleepless nights it cost me. All the time I was trying to make my mother think that there was no ground for anxiety, and yet all the time I was showing her that I was very anxious. The more I pretended that I was not troubled, the more absent-minded, and so the more troubled, I appeared to her.
By: Leo Tolstoy
Three great stories offer profound insights into human behavior and motivation. Title story plus "How Much Land Does a Man Need?" and "The Death of Ivan Ilych." Explanatory footnotes. he Kreutzer Sonata is a story that should be required reading for all considering marriage. After hearing the various theories on love by his fellow passengers on a train, a man blurts out that he killed his wife bec...
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