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  • And it's a bit of a departure from the way you normally do things at Fyodor's, because these are 35 road trips, are they?

    CNN Transcript Jun 14, 2008

  • Tough luck, said Fyodor's wave as he put his head down and cycled away.

    Calling A Dead Man

  • Fyodor's bike was cobbled together from three hopeless ruins.

    Calling A Dead Man

  • Dostoevsky brings with him the wife he has married in Siberia, a widow, and her son by her previous husband, and they are met by Fyodor's brother Mikhail who sees at once that Dostoevsky is not a broken man.

    On the Verge

  • Fyodor's voice was heard: 'There's nothing for it, Philip Philipovich, we'll have to open the door and let the water out.

    The Heart Of A Dog

  • 'That's him,' came Fyodor's voice, 'except the little devil's got a bit fatter.'

    The Heart Of A Dog

  • Fyodor's opinion, much talking was unseemly in children and pernicious to them; moreover Petrushka had taken up a contemptuous and critical attitude to fishing, a pursuit to which both his Reverence and the deacon were greatly addicted.

    The Bishop and Other Stories

  • Fyodor's wife, Sofya, a plain, ailing woman, lives at home at her father-in-law's.

    The Witch and other stories

  • I tell you what, children, couldn't you move out somewhere -- to Fyodor's lodge, for instance -- and give your room to the valet?

    The Wife, and other stories

  • Fyodor's coat and helped him back again into the room, and went with him, feeling guilty.

    The Darling and Other Stories


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