The Diary of a Madman, the Government Inspector, and Selected Stories - An Evening in May Summary & Analysis

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An Evening in May Summary

Chapter 1. A young man named Levko stops on his way home to visit his beloved, Hana. Hana is young and beautiful and Levko desperately wants to marry her. However, Levko's father refuses to give permission to the young couple to marry. Hana asks Levko to tell her the story of a house that sits near the pond. Levko tells her how a young girl once lived there happily with her father until he remarried. The new stepmother was a witch who disliked the young girl. The young girl ended up killing herself by jumping into the pond. Later, the girl tried to kill the stepmother, but she turned herself into one of the many souls who haunt the pond and she cannot tell which she is.

Chapter 2. Kalenik is on his way home, but he is very...

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