Home pageAnton ChekhovVankaI wanted to run away to the village, but I have no boots, and I am afraid of the frost. When I grow up big I will take care of you for this, and not let anyone annoy you, and when you die I will pray for the rest of your soul, just as for my mammy′s. Vanka by A. Chekhov, 1886. Illustrated by R. Stolyarov, 1967

I wanted to run away to the village, but I have no boots, and I am afraid of the frost. When I grow up big I will take care of you for this, and not let anyone annoy you, and when you die I will pray for the rest of your soul, just as for my mammy′s. Vanka by A. Chekhov, 1886. Illustrated by R. Stolyarov, 1967

I wanted to run away to the village, but I have no boots, and I am afraid of the frost. When I grow up big I will take care of you for this, and not let anyone annoy you, and when you die I will pray for the rest of your soul, just as for my mammy′s. Vanka by A. Chekhov, 1886. Illustrated by R. Stolyarov, 1967

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