Home pageAnton ChekhovVankaWhen Vanka′s mother Pelageya was alive, and a servant in the big house, Olga Ignatyevna used to give him goodies, and having nothing better to do, taught him to read and write, to count up to a hundred, and even to dance a quadrille. Vanka by A. Chekhov, 1886. Illustrated by R. Stolyarov, 1967

When Vanka′s mother Pelageya was alive, and a servant in the big house, Olga Ignatyevna used to give him goodies, and having nothing better to do, taught him to read and write, to count up to a hundred, and even to dance a quadrille. Vanka by A. Chekhov, 1886. Illustrated by R. Stolyarov, 1967

When Vanka′s mother Pelageya was alive, and a servant in the big house, Olga Ignatyevna used to give him goodies, and having nothing better to do, taught him to read and write, to count up to a hundred, and even to dance a quadrille. Vanka by A. Chekhov, 1886. Illustrated by R. Stolyarov, 1967

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