Great Short Works - Book 1, The Short Stories : Chapter 2, The Landlady Summary & Analysis

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Book 1, The Short Stories : Chapter 2, The Landlady Summary

This is a short tale about what happens to a young man in the early throws of sexual maturity. Ordynov has a room, and he goes and rents the little rooms from a German -Schpies. Then the young man heads of to a church. He deviates, and falls into a veritable swoon. He becomes compelled by a romantic possibility and ends up managing to be taken in by Murin and the beautiful Katerina. Because he does this, the older German man with the daughter Tinchen are perplexed because their new lodger, who has paid and promised to return that night, does not come back. Instead, the young man who is also called Vassily Mihalitch, grows ill and is tended to by Katerina. It is not clear whether or not the illness...

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