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1. Dostoevsky. Crimen y castigo (Spanish. Преступление и наказание). Primera parte. Capitulo VII
Входимость: 5. Размер: 35кб.
Часть текста: y que en la estrecha abertura aparecían dos ojos penetrantes que le miraban con desconfianza desde la sombra. En este momento, el joven perdió la sangre fría y cometió una imprudencia que estuvo a punto de echarlo todo a perder. Temiendo que la vieja, atemorizada ante la idea de verse a solas con un hombre cuyo aspecto no tenía nada de tranquilizador, intentara cerrar la puerta, Raskolnikof lo impidió mediante un fuerte tirón. La usurera quedó paralizada, pero no soltó el pestillo aunque poco faltó para que cayera de bruces. Después, viendo que la vieja permanecía obstinadamente en el umbral, para no dejarle el paso libre, él se fue derecho a ella. Alena Ivanovna, aterrada, dio un salto atrás e intentó decir algo. Pero no pudo pronunciar una sola palabra y se quedó mirando al joven con los ojos muy abiertos. -Buenas tardes, Alena Ivanovna -empezó a decir en el tono más indiferente que le fue posible adoptar. Pero sus esfuerzos fueron inútiles: hablaba con voz entrecortada, le temblaban las manos-. Le traigo..., le traigo... una cosa para empeñar... Pero entremos: quiero que la vea a la luz. Y entró en el piso sin esperar a que la vieja lo invitara. Ella corrió tras él, dando suelta a su lengua....
2. Dostoevsky. Crimen y castigo (Spanish. Преступление и наказание). Segunda parte. Capítulo V
Входимость: 1. Размер: 31кб.
Часть текста: descortés. "Dónde me he metido?", parecía preguntarse. Observaba la habitación, estrecha y baja de techo como un camarote, con un gesto de desconfianza y una especie de afectado terror. Su mirada conservó su expresión de asombro al fijarse en Raskolnikof, que seguía echado en el mísero diván, vestido con ropas no menos miserables, y que le miraba como los demás. Después el visitante observó atentamente la barba inculta, los cabellos enmarañados y toda la desaliñada figura de Rasumikhine, que, a su vez y sin moverse de su sitio, le miraba con una curiosidad impertinente. Durante más de un minuto reinó en la estancia un penoso silencio, pero al fin, como es lógico, la cosa cambió. Comprendiendo sin duda -pues ello saltaba a la vista que su arrogancia no imponía a nadie en aquella especie de camarote de trasatlántico, el caballero se dignó humanizarse un poco y se dirigió a Zosimof cortésmente pero con cierta rigidez. -Busco a Rodion Romanovitch Raskolnikof, estudiante o ex estudiante -dijo, articulando las palabras sílaba a sílaba. Zosimof inició un lento ademán, sin duda para responder, pero Rasumikhine, aunque la pregunta no iba dirigida a él, se anticipó. -Ahí lo tiene usted, en el diván -dijo-. Y usted qué desea? La naturalidad con que estas palabras fueron pronunciadas pareció ablandar al presuntuoso caballero, que incluso se volvió hacia Rasumikhine. Pero en seguida se contuvo y, con un rápido movimiento, fijó de nuevo la mirada en Zosimof. -Ahí tiene usted a Raskolnikof -repuso el doctor, indicando al enfermo con un movimiento de cabeza. Después lanzó un gran bostezo y,...
3. Dostoevsky. Crime and Punishment (English. Преступление и наказание). Part two. Chapter Five
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Часть текста: dishevelled, unwashed, on his miserable dirty sofa, looking fixedly at him. Then with the same deliberation he scrutinised the uncouth, unkempt figure and unshaven face of Razumihin, who looked him boldly and inquiringly in the face without rising from his seat. A constrained silence lasted for a couple of minutes, and then, as might be expected, some scene-shifting took place. Reflecting, probably from certain fairly unmistakable signs, that he would get nothing in this "cabin" by attempting to overawe them, the gentleman softened somewhat, and civilly, though with some severity, emphasising every syllable of his question, addressed Zossimov: "Rodion Romanovitch Raskolnikov, a student, or formerly a student?" Zossimov made a slight movement, and would have answered, had not Razumihin anticipated him. "Here he is lying on the sofa! What do you want?" This familiar "what do you want" seemed to cut the ground from the feet of the pompous gentleman. He was turning to Razumihin, but checked himself in time and turned to Zossimov again. "This is Raskolnikov," mumbled Zossimov, nodding towards him. Then he gave a prolonged yawn, opening his mouth as wide as possible. Then he lazily put his hand into his waistcoat-pocket, pulled out a huge gold watch in a round...
4. Dostoevsky. Crime and Punishment (English. Преступление и наказание). Epilogue. Chapter One
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Часть текста: after him, the student knocked, and repeated all they had said to one another; how he afterwards had run downstairs and heard Nikolay and Dmitri shouting; how he had hidden in the empty flat and afterwards gone home. He ended by indicating the stone in the yard off the Voznesensky Prospect under which the purse and the trinkets were found. The whole thing, in fact, was perfectly clear. The lawyers and the judges were very much struck, among other things, by the fact that he had hidden the trinkets and the purse under a stone, without making use of them, and that, what was more, he did not now remember what the trinkets were like, or even how many there were. The fact that he had never opened the purse and did not even know how much was in it seemed incredible. There turned out to be in the purse three hundred and seventeen roubles and sixty copecks. From being so long under the stone, some of the most valuable notes lying uppermost had suffered from the damp. They were a long while trying to discover why the accused man should tell a lie about...
5. Dostoevsky. Crime and Punishment (English. Преступление и наказание). Part one. Chapter Seven
Входимость: 5. Размер: 28кб.
Часть текста: standing in the doorway not allowing him to pass, he advanced straight upon her. She stepped back in alarm, tried to say something, but seemed unable to speak and stared with open eyes at him. "Good evening, Alyona Ivanovna," he began, trying to speak easily, but his voice would not obey him, it broke and shook. "I have come... I have brought something... but we'd better come in... to the light...." And leaving her, he passed straight into the room uninvited. The old woman ran after him; her tongue was unloosed. "Good heavens! What it is? Who is it? What do you want?" "Why, Alyona Ivanovna, you know me... Raskolnikov... here, I brought you the pledge I promised the other day..." and he held out the pledge. The old woman glanced for a moment at the pledge, but at once stared in the eyes of her uninvited visitor. She looked intently, maliciously and mistrustfully. A minute passed; he even fancied something like a sneer in her eyes, as though she had already guessed everything. He felt that he was losing his head,...

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