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  • So we have to believe that Mme. Larina (Makvala Kasrashvili, who cackles and hoots through the entire first act) is entertaining her own giggling, sniggering serfs at her dining table, or else that they are the local gentry, just amusing themselves by celebrating the harvest and singing peasant songs -- or perhaps indulging in a bit of Soviet-era rural slumming.

    A Baffling Bolshoi 'Onegin' in London

  • Monday I was supposed to go along to another playgroup with Larina, who takes care of another 2 year old boy, but she was sick so I went myself.

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  • So, I met Jade and Larina at Paddington Rec, and waited for other nannies to start arriving.

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  • In the first scene Madame Larina is sitting in the garden with the nurse Philipyewna, talking of old times and listening to the pretty songs of her two daughters.

    The Standard Operaglass Detailed Plots of One Hundred and Fifty-one Celebrated Operas

  • Harald wished to inquire from Susanna the cause of this extraordinary journey; but Susanna at this time was not much to be spoken with, she had so much to attend to both within and out of the house, and she was always surrounded by Larina and Karina, and Petro.

    Strife and Peace

  • When the day's work was over, and Mrs. Astrid had again betaken herself to her chamber after her slight evening meal, it gave Harald great pleasure to read aloud or to relate histories to Susanna, whilst she sewed, or her spinning-wheel hummed often in lively emulation of Larina and Karina, and whilst the flames of the fire danced up the chimney, and threw their warm joyous gleams over the assembled company.

    Strife and Peace

  • Björk ruled as excellently as with sovereign sway over the economical department, over the female portion of the same, Larina the parlour-maid, Karina the kitchen-maid, and Petro the cook, as well as over the farm-servants Mathea, Budeja, and Göran the cattle-boy, together with all their subjects of the four-footed and two-legged races.

    Strife and Peace

  • Larina, 32, said Kuleshov snapped after the officers hit her on the head and knocked her to the ground, stabbing to death Sergei

    The St. Petersburg Times

  • Larina, told Lifenews. ru that the three officers were drunk and assaulted Kuleshov and the other people on the cart, which was carrying Larina's family, including two children and an elderly woman.

    The St. Petersburg Times

  • Neil Libbert Diana Montague as Madame Larina in 'Eugene Onegin' at the ENO.

    A Lovestruck 'Onegin'


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