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This crank, who found huge feasts unnerving, Was peeved already. But her bad dream foretells, she sees, So many sorrowful adventures. But her doubts unmentioned Martin Zadek can't solve nor ease. XLI Monotonous and completely senseless, Like young life's whirligig, full of dash, Dancing loud waltzes in whirligigs endless, One couple after another flash. Today, like ladies, as we prattle, On lacquered boards we smoothly glide, But in small town and village beside The mazurka has still preserved its vigour, Its own original beauty kept. With such deceptions of my youth It's time to part, to grow wise in truth, In deed and word to seek perfection, And this fifth chapter, ere it ends, From such diversions finally cleanse. In days gone by, to its noisy peals In some huge hall then everything shivered, The parquet cracked 'neath the beating heels, The window-frames all shook and rattled...
"* Among the almanac's ancient catches This printed couplet there appeared. XXIX For a moment is silenced all the chattering; The mouths are chewing. XXX Right opposite Tanya they are seated; And paler than the morning moon, And like a trembling doe, hunt-heated, Her big dark eyes, as in a swoon, She does not raise, but pants a trifle With passion's heat, and feels so stifled; The name-day greeting of each friend She does not hear; the tear-drops stand Within her eyes; she feels so lonely, And ready in fainting-fit to fall, But by her strength of mind and will She overcomes.