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  • I read the passage about Tatyana, why she didn't go off with Onyegin."
    Book 10 — The Boys (85% in)

There are no more uses of "passage" flagged with this meaning in The Brothers Karamazov.

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  • I will not repeat the speech in detail; I will only quote some passages from it, some leading points.
    Book 12 — A Judicial Error (74% in)
  • But for ladies of higher rank two rooms have been built adjoining the portico, but outside the precincts—you can see the windows—and the elder goes out to them by an inner passage when he is well enough.
    Book 2 — An Unfortunate Gathering (6% in)
  • She used at least once a week to turn up "at home," that is at the house of her father's former employers, and in the winter went there every night, and slept either in the passage or the cowhouse.
    Book 3 — The Sensualists (9% in)
  • They had been struggling with him in the passage, refusing to admit him, acting on instructions given them by Fyodor Pavlovitch some days before.
    Book 3 — The Sensualists (68% in)
  • On the left of the passage lived the old woman of the house with her old daughter.
    Book 4 — Lacerations (69% in)
  • That might be one of the best passages in the poem.
    Book 5 — Pro And Contra (51% in)
  • She must not be a second in the passage, for fear—which God forbid!
    Book 5 — Pro And Contra (**% in)
  • At that moment there was a sudden noise in the passage, some one came into the hall.
    Book 7 — Alyosha (84% in)
  • "Ah, yes, I was missing that, and I didn't want to miss it, I love that passage: it's Cana of Galilee, the first miracle....
    Book 7 — Alyosha (92% in)
  • All these rooms were entirely empty and unused, for the old man kept to one room, a small, remote bedroom, where he was waited upon by an old servant with a kerchief on her head, and by a lad, who used to sit on the locker in the passage.
    Book 8 — Mitya (7% in)
  • The forester lived in one half of the hut, and Gorstkin was lodging in the other, the better room the other side of the passage.
    Book 8 — Mitya (15% in)
  • Mitya brought a pail of water from the passage.
    Book 8 — Mitya (18% in)
  • She ran out to accompany him to the passage.
    Book 9 — The Preliminary Investigation (8% in)
  • He had several times already crossed the passage, opened the door of the lodgers' room and looked anxiously at "the kids" who were sitting over the book, as he had bidden them.
    Book 10 — The Boys (14% in)
  • Perezvon will stay here in the passage and be dead.
    Book 10 — The Boys (50% in)
  • He was taken ill the same day, though for a month afterwards he was sometimes able to get up and walk about the room and passage.
    Book 10 — The Boys (52% in)
  • And often, especially after leading him round the room on his arm and putting him back to bed, he would run to a dark corner in the passage and, leaning his head against the wall, he would break into paroxysms of violent weeping, stifling his sobs that they might not be heard by Ilusha.
    Book 10 — The Boys (53% in)
  • They get on each other's shoulders in the passage and prance in like that on a respectable family.
    Book 10 — The Boys (58% in)
  • "I'll wait in the passage and come back when the doctor's gone, I'll come back with Perezvon."
    Book 10 — The Boys (80% in)
  • He cast a cursory glance round the passage, looking sternly at Alyosha and Kolya as he did so.
    Book 10 — The Boys (93% in)
  • He didn't want to cry, but in the passage he burst into tears.
    Book 10 — The Boys (99% in)
  • Ivan knew his new lodging, the dilapidated little wooden house, divided in two by a passage on one side of which lived Marya Kondratyevna and her mother, and on the other, Smerdyakov.
    Book 11 — Ivan (53% in)
  • You've seen for yourself: there's a passage."
    Book 11 — Ivan (54% in)
  • In the passage, Marya Kondratyevna, who ran out to open the door with a candle in her hand, whispered that Smerdyakov was very ill, "It's not that he's laid up, but he seems not himself, and he even told us to take the tea away; he wouldn't have any."
    Book 11 — Ivan (63% in)
  • When Fetyukovitch had to cross-examine him, he scarcely tried to refute his evidence, but began asking him about an incident at the first carousal at Mokroe, a month before the arrest, when Timofey and another peasant called Akim had picked up on the floor in the passage a hundred roubles dropped by Mitya when he was drunk, and had given them to Trifon Borissovitch and received a rouble each from him for doing so.
    Book 12 — A Judicial Error (14% in)
  • He had been in Mokroe more than once before, he had caroused there for two days together already, he knew the old big house with all its passages and outbuildings.
    Book 12 — A Judicial Error (63% in)

There are no more uses of "passage" in The Brothers Karamazov.

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