She then bent her head reverently, before the ikon
"No, no, excuse me, most revered prince," Lebedeff interrupted, excitedly.
Not the least bit in the world, esteemed and revered prince!
The dignitary himself had been General Epanchin’s protector from his youth up; and the general considered him so majestic a personage that he would have felt a hearty contempt for himself if he had even for one moment allowed himself to pose as the great man’s equal, or to think of him—in his fear and reverence-as anything less than an Olympic God!
We shall see how both of you (I don’t count Aglaya) will manage your business, and whether you, most revered Alexandra Ivanovna, will be happy with your fine mate."
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