Russian Stories: A Dual-Language Book Short Essay - Answer Key

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Short Essay Questions Key

1. How is the stationmaster treated by most travelers?

The stationmaster is treated with indignation by travelers. He is blamed for weather, lack of horses, and anything else that can go wrong on a journey.

2. In "The Stationmaster", what is the narrator's main concern when he arrives at station X?

The narrator's main concern when he arrives at station X is to change clothes. It has been raining and he is soaked.

3. How does Dunya react to meeting the narrator in "The Stationmaster"?

Dunya reacts to meeting the narrator by flirting with him. She lowers her eyes, knowing the effect she is having on him.

4. How does Dunya's father react to the hussar's asking if he can take her to church?

Dunya's father reacts by asking if she is afraid when the hussar asks if he can take her to church. He later regrets pushing her to take the ride when she doesn't show up at home after church.

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