Alyosha was mysteriously summoned by a monk to see Rakitin, who had arrived from town with a singular letter for him from Madame Hohlakov.
The servants are summoned for their edification, and in front of them all stands the mother of the child.
And it is hard to say how far they might have gone, but at that moment the bell rang summoning them to service.
Then old Maximov was summoned.
After thinking a little Samsonov told the lad to take the visitor to the drawing-room, and sent the old woman downstairs with a summons to his younger son to come upstairs to him at once.
The young man would spend whole evenings with him during that winter, till the exile was summoned to Petersburg to take up his post again at his own request, as he had powerful friends.
When Mitya was summoned from his cell, he always went downstairs, to the place set aside for interviews.
For I cannot imagine the horror and moral suffering of Karamazov when he learnt that she loved him, that for his sake she had rejected her first lover, that she was summoning him, Mitya, to a new life, that she was promising him happiness—and when?
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I was summoned to the principal’s office.
I summoned all my courage and walked into the room.