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peasant
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The Cherry Orchard
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  • they treat the peasants like animals
  • The peasants don’t love me for nothing, I assure you.
  • My father was a peasant, it’s true, but here I am in a white waistcoat and yellow shoes . a pearl out of an oyster.
  • We’ve got to learn to know the peasants!
  • I’m rich now, with lots of money, but just think about it and examine me, and you’ll find I’m still a peasant down to the marrow of my bones.
  • [Pause] My father was a peasant, an idiot, he understood nothing, he didn’t teach me, he was always drunk, and always used a stick on me.
  • The peasants kept their distance from the masters and the masters kept their distance from the peasants, but now everything’s all anyhow and you can’t understand anything.
  • The peasants kept their distance from the masters and the masters kept their distance from the peasants, but now everything’s all anyhow and you can’t understand anything.
  • I’m just a simple peasant.
  • The peasants have come to say good-bye.
  • Your father was a peasant, mine was a chemist, and that means absolutely nothing.

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  • Most people in the Middle Ages were peasants.
  • In 1932 a peasant revolt in Su County China stopped collection of the poppy tax.

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