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White Nights and Other Stories

Fyodor Dostoyevsky

Book Overview: 

White Nights and Other Stories by Fyodor Dostoyevsky is a compilation of stories. It contains these 7 works:
- White Nights
- Notes from the Underground
- A Faint Heart
- A Christmas Tree and a Wedding
- Polzunkov
- A Little Hero
- Mr. Prohartchin

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Book Excerpt: 
. . .sit unmoved, when you wept, when you were in torture at being—at being—I will speak of it, Nastenka—at being forsaken, at your love being repulsed, I felt that in my heart there was so much love for you, Nastenka, so much love! And it seemed so bitter that I could not help you with my love, that my heart was breaking and I ... I could not be silent, I had to speak, Nastenka, I had to speak!"

"Yes, yes! tell me, talk to me," said Nastenka with an indescribable gesture. "Perhaps you think it strange that I talk to you like this, but ... speak! I will tell you afterwards! I will tell you everything."

"You are sorry for me, Nastenka, you are simply sorry for me, my dear little friend! What's done can't be mended. What is said cannot be taken back. Isn't that so? Well, now you know. That's the starting-point. Very well. Now it's all right, only listen. When you were sitting crying I thought to myself (oh, let me tell you what I was thinking!. . . Read More