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    THE NEWEST NOVEL BY SOLZHENITSOF:

    THE LOVE OF ONE IN TWOS

    CHAPTER III (Continuing)


    Influence of The Girls Lyceum Janitor ( From The point of MESO's, SOLZH's and "His"-The Twos in One) MESO: 'In the time I spent before the gate kept tightly close, the process of The Twos in One’s defeat of Janitor who had distinguished himself in the resistance against an ordinary visitor (What? The Love Hunter? Geez!) became the directress’s lover, and a brilliant career began for this semi-official of the minor nobility under the roof of The Girls Lyceum, whose intelligence and abilities were equalled only by his ambition.' SOZH: He was to be the only one of The Directress’s favourites to play an extensive political role in nourishing an animosity against a probable Love Hunter. Ordinarily, the Directress did not mix business and pleasure; her students were almost always selected for their abilities. All in all in this janitor she found an extraordinary man whom she could love and respect and with whom she could share her power. HE-The One in the composition of The Twos in One: 'As the janitor he had unlimited powers, even after the end of their liaison, which could have lasted only some hours. The Janitor must have been given part of the credit for the somewhat extravagant splendour of the directress’s-let me to use an exaggerated word here reign. He had a conception of grandeur that escaped the rather bigot directress, and he understood the effect it produced in and around the lyceum. He should have been a great dreamer, he was avid-no doubt-for territory of The Girls Lyceum not only to kept close, and yet neighbourhood to populate; an experienced despot with a knowledge of the situation of The Love Hunters that MESO had not yet acquired and as audacious as the directress was methodical, the janitor was treated as an equal by the directress up to the time of the elapsing hours. The janitor and the directress of The Girls Lyceum complemented and understood each other, and the ambitious janitor expressed his respect for his sovereign-keeping the gate of the lyceum thoroughly closed lest the love hunters should go in-through complete devotion to her interests. The annexation of the places therein the twos in one could hide from them viz. from all those queer professionals introducing themselves as The Hunt Lovers his work. Through that annexation and the acquisition of the neighbourhood which extended from the quick coffee shops to the restaurants in no matter north eastern or south western parish the lyceum taking place, so the other janitors around held the all directions of the mountains encircling the plateau of Pushkin's beloved city and was in a position to threaten the existence of both the government and municipality to establish an obligation forcing The Mayor to play the role of The Host in the visiting of the hunt lover like visitors...

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    THE NEWEST NOVEL BY SOLZHENITSOF:

    THE LOVE OF ONE IN TWOS

    CHAPTER III (Continuing)


    The directress must also have sought to renew the alliance with The Twos in One-The Love Hunter, the new neighbour and enemy of the Girls Lyceum, and renounced the alliance with the mayor and even with the governor-his Excellency, who were alarmed by the ambitions of MESO, SOLZH and "HE" viz. the ambitions of "His". Yet, during the problem solving directress’s reign, the parish did not become involved in any existentialist fight, because both the twos in one-"He" and the directress scrupulously adhered to the regional peace agreements she had concluded with several janitors western within the vicinity. The hours elapsed and the directress's glorification reached its climax in a voyage to Constantinople through a very short dream in one of her routine naps in her magnificent armchair as if she were to be entertained in a festive Arabian Nights atmosphere, and the janitor accompanied by the lady teachers escorted to directress spiritually the directress crossed the imaginative heavens to take possession as something of belonging to her new estates over being the directress of The Girls Lyceum, the queen of education, and formidable champion of diplomacy as the merit came to honour her and to enjoy the splendours of what became known as “The Water Idols" fleet” because she could imaginatively travel partly by water while taking forty winks. She dedicated new resting modes bearing her name in the lyceum, and announced that she ultimately intended to proceed to Mars in the future. The directress, like all the crowned heads belonging to the aristocracy in the Pushkin's city wouldn't like making philosophy on The Goal of Life, and felt seriously the peril threatening the people who had been failed on the way going to the goal of the life anyhow!


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    THE NEWEST NOVEL BY SOLZHENITSOF:

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    CHAPTER III (Continuing)


    The bourgeois' would be divine right of formal education and the aristocracy backing that was to be being questioned, and The Twos in One briefly "He" should have been there to fulfil that questioning, although " He was a friend of the enlightenment had no intention of relinquishing the directress's own privileges: Inasmuch as The Twos in One-"He" declared in dignity “I-the twos in one-am an aristocrat, it is my profession to question through the lines of my every book.” Then the writer and the part of "The Twos in One" SOLZHENITSOF-Dr. MUSTAFA ERDOGAN SURAT, who apparently attempted to publish the newest novel of his-theirs work openly critical of the abuses of educational merits or privileges, was not open to be tried by the janitor for being both janitor and judge had been condemned to death after The Twos in One-"He" arrived in the parish where The Girls Lyceum, and yet the janitor quarrelling with the Twos in One might be pardoned and exiled to another place far from The Girls Lyceum. Ironically, the sentiments SOLZHENITSOF would rather have expressed were very similar to the instruction of The Janitors Union Instruction in a while. Next, The Twos in One, encouraged by the example of theirs or his, began agitating for a liberal attitude. In a while, under the pretext of forestalling the threat of frustration by theory based arguments, "he" sent in some citizens around the historical building of The Girls Lyceum and the next moment annexed most of the gate of it, while janitor himself helped The Twos in One to large territories of "The Love Hunters". After the educational uprising led by the Janitor at that moment, The twos in one wiped the pseudo chastity off the phenomenon of The Girls Lyceum by dividing the promenading corridor between The Girls, The Girls +18, and the twos in One. The directress’s last minutes were darkened by sending of the janitor to exile, the advance of the revolutionary attitudes, and the spread of lovable ideas. The directress realized, moreover, that she had no suitable successor. She considered her vice-directress incompetent and unbalanced lady for she-who?-envied her-whom?- for the youngest teacher was good but too young yet to rule.


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    THE NEWEST NOVEL BY SOLZHENITSOF:

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    CHAPTER III (Continuing)



    Would the mayor, even the governor, after so many interesting related-basically-to the events attached to the episode-The Matter with Love Hunter-somehow continue to admire The Directress, the legal, the usurper and profligate, regard her as a source of educational pride. Non-scientific opinion of the directress was less favourable, huh? YEP! Because The Girls Lyceum under her rule grew strong enough to threaten both the janitors working as gate keeper and the love hunters-the controversially great power, and because she was in fact a harsh and unscrupulous ruler, she figured in the Western imagination as the incarnation of the immense, backward, yet forbidding educational institution she ruled. The case of the directress’s principal glories was to have been a woman who, just Queen Victoria of England gave her name to the strategy making period of the fight of the individual history of The Twos in One namely that of "His", and became synonymous with a decisive epoch in the development of The Girls Lyceum. At this period of the directress's reign in the school when its reputation had expanded westward and southward over an area of a vast geographical region covering Baku and Yerevan more than some ten thousand square miles, and the governing bodies’ of ancient dream of access to the Silk-way (connecting the Chinese semi communist empire with The EU) had become an attainable goal. At the end of the second episode of the struggle given to the Love Hunter she claimed that she had reorganized all classrooms under her administratively modernized education plan. An uninhibited spender, she could have invested funds in many projects if the country of her hadn't been toppled down into a grave bankruptcy. Instead more than a hundred new watchdog points were built to keep the love hunters away while old ones were expanded and renovated. As for the parish from the point of trade commodities were to be plentiful, trade expanded and communications developed. These achievements, together with the glory of the janitor's victory against the Twos in One-The love Hunter and the fame of a brilliantly closed gate of the building, to which the greatest minds of all lovers were drawn, have won the directress a distinguished place in the history of "The love hunters."


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    THE NEWEST NOVEL BY SOLZHENITSOF:

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    CHAPTER III (Continuing)


    The directress’s critics acknowledged her energy and administrative ability but point out that the achievements of her reign were as much due to her associates and to the unaided, actual development of The Girls Lyceum as to the merits of the directress. And when they judge her the woman, they treat her severely. Her private life was admittedly not exemplary. She happened-maybe because of her feud in the case of The Twos in one-to see the janitor as a candidate of bridegroom up to the time of her unexpected rout before the severe resistance from the side of The Twos in One-at the age of fifties a period in human life that open to be surmised much more younger or older than it was. After the end of her liaison with the janitor, who perhaps would be her outcast husband-an outcast of the traditional values of morality-,the official favourite changed at least a dozen times; she could choose other insignificant gate keepers, who were only, as one of them himself said, “having kept gates.” Although in reality devoted to power above all else, she dreamed endlessly of the joys of a shared love, but her position strongly isolated her and say made devoid of sharing the affair of love of love hunters so that she did not love the love hunters except her, the legitimate heir of because of being one of the members of powerful females or weak males, whose gilded armchair of the directress she bore on her lovely, very neat shoulders occupied. On the other hand, she adored the janitors or the gate keepers of The Girls Lyceum, particularly the most hero, the man keeping the main gate tightly close...Eventually that janitor was whom she wished to succeed her as-paradoxically-The Directress. In her friendships he was the most loyal and generous and usually showed less mercy toward her enemies than she would do. Yet it cannot be denied that she was also egotistical, pretentious, and extremely domineering, above all a woman of action, capable of being ruthless when her own interest or that of The Girls Lyceum was at stake. As she grew more experienced in the struggle being given against The Twos in One namely "He-The Love Hunter" she also became extremely vain: there was some excuse, as the most distinguished minds of all the parishes heaped flatteries on her that even she ultimately found exaggerated as using males as her bodyguards.


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    BREAKING NEWS......BREAKING NEWS...…
    California Shooting Kills 12 at Country Music Bar, a Year After Las Vegas
    What we know now:
    • What happened: A gunman opened fireat the Borderline Bar & Grill in Thousand Oaks, California, late Wednesday night. Eyewitnesses say the man fired at people in a packed bar during college night.
    • The gunman: The shooter, identified as 28-year-old former Marine Ian David Long, is dead, police said.
    • The victims: Twelve people were killed, including a Ventura County sheriff's deputy, and at least a dozen people were injured.
    What we know not now:

    What happened: Before one and a half decade The Turkey Soviet Republic began to taste a metamorphosis and the red generals were eliminated superficialy for opening place to TURCO Islamic terrorists-some of them having been secret or rather well hidden members of the gang state like F. GULEN organisation and the others behaving boldly, to much overtly as the student, say Turkish President/New Caliph, of TURCO Islamic terror boss or rather secret Turkish Ayatollah Gulen-and as Turkey Soviet had been based on international terror organisation American GULEN Schools have triggered the shooting especially the children and young people so the last event-remarked above-has been realized wildly!

    The real gunman: The Twos in One (Turkish Ayatollah F.GULEN and his student The New Caliph/President of The Notorious Turkey Soviet!

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    THE NEWEST NOVEL BY SOLZHENITSOF:

    THE LOVE OF ONE IN TWOS

    CHAPTER III (Continuing)


    The directress’s critics acknowledged her energy and administrative ability but point out that the achievements of her reign were as much due to her associates and to the unaided, actual development of The Girls Lyceum as to the merits of the directress. And when they judge her the woman, they treat her severely. Her private life was admittedly not exemplary. She happened-maybe because of her feud in the case of The Twos in one-to see the janitor as a candidate of bridegroom up to the time of her unexpected rout before the severe resistance from the side of The Twos in One-at the age of fifties a period in human life that open to be surmised much more younger or older than it was. After the end of her liaison with the janitor, who perhaps would be her outcast husband-an outcast of the traditional values of morality-,the official favourite changed at least a dozen times; she could choose other insignificant gate keepers, who were only, as one of them himself said, “having kept gates.” Although in reality devoted to power above all else, she dreamed endlessly of the joys of a shared love, but her position strongly isolated her and say made devoid of sharing the affair of love of love hunters so that she did not love the love hunters except her, the legitimate heir of because of being one of the members of powerful females or weak males, whose gilded armchair of the directress she bore on her lovely, very neat shoulders occupied. On the other hand, she adored the janitors or the gate keepers of The Girls Lyceum, particularly the most hero, the man keeping the main gate tightly close...Eventually that janitor was whom she wished to succeed her as-paradoxically-The Directress. In her friendships he was the most loyal and generous and usually showed less mercy toward her enemies than she would do. Yet it cannot be denied that she was also egotistical, pretentious, and extremely domineering, above all a woman of action, capable of being ruthless when her own interest or that of The Girls Lyceum was at stake. As she grew more experienced in the struggle being given against The Twos in One namely "He-The Love Hunter" she also became extremely vain: there was some excuse, as the most distinguished minds of all the parishes heaped flatteries on her that even she ultimately found exaggerated as using males as her bodyguards.
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    If someone make any-instant-comparison there betwixt the two personalities, say she and the twos in one everybody-highly likely-were to be slightly taken aback by the way the people too were to be muttering behind the comparison maker for; obviously nobody would like to hear anything about it giving a false name to the fight that wasn't she against he neither because of love nor opposing love. But the twos in one had no time to bother about the people standing still on the walls of the Girls Lyceum Building-instead of the warning hits on their shoulders or hips by the stick of the janitor-or wandering around, even having sit down on the cold stone of the pavement before the main gate forced from both sides by means of incessant kicking of the girls +18 and the twos in one , even if the conversation called for all her and his attention. ‘The Twos’ came an answer to no question. ‘No, the Twos in one called here', there was a pause, while someone else was obviously consulted 'are two different persons called?’ ‘No "different bodies" Those are I, I is the twos in one,’ said he ‘No, they’re different people or rather "the twos in one.’ ‘They-the twos- are, say i me and I’m the one and only love hunter here, and even if I came before or on later than myself I've got here today.’ ‘No,’ both the janitor and the directress replied, shouting now. ‘Who am I, then?’ asked he, still keeping calm. And after a pause the same pair of voices, with the same gentle style of speech defect, yet sounding like another and deeper voice, commanding more respect, agreed: ‘You are "The Twos" here and there!’ He was listening to the sound of the voice bouquets, and almost missed neither hearing the previous or the next question: ‘What do you want?’ He felt like slamming the-Phone, expecting no more to come of this conversation.


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    THE NEWEST NOVEL BY SOLZHENITSOF:

    THE LOVE OF ONE IN TWOS

    PART TWO

    CHAPTER I

    All in all he was forced to reply at once: ‘When may my international amicable chaps namely The Love Hunters of The World's come up to the Lyceum?’ ‘Never,’ was the reply. ‘I see,’ said he, and he hung up. The local aristocrats of Erzurum-The Pushkin's Beloved City behind him had come very close now, and the air of twos in the inner part of his psycho-sociological life and in the outer part of his socio-psychological personality , with many surreptitious glances at him, were busy keeping them back. However, it seemed to be just for show, and the local aristocrats, satisfied by the outcome of the conversation, slowly gave way. Then a lady-The Minister Of Education of The new Ottoman Caliphate walked through the group from behind it, dividing it in two, bowed to The Twos in One or rather him, and gave him a letter showing that the Janitor's mistress was not the directress but the lady minister. Holding the letter in his hand, he looked at the very respectful lady, who just now seemed to him more important than the message-conveyed by her-itself. She greatly resembled the Twos in one-in him-; she was as cynical as The Twos would be, her skirt too were close-fitting, she was nimble and spry, and yet she was quite different. he would far rather have had her as his fuehrer in this matter! The lady minister reminded him a little of the woman with the baby whom he had seen in the master despot’s palace. Her clothing was almost white and was silk down right, not an ordinary four season-weight fabric so it had the fine look of a silk suit worn for special occasions. Her face was exaggeratedly clear and open, her eyes very large, and her smile was extraordinarily cheering, and although she passed a hand over his face, as if to wipe that smile away, she did not succeed. ‘Who are you?’ asked he ‘My full name is Nimes CHOBHOUGGI,’ she said, ‘and I am the first Minister Of Education of The New Ottoman Caliphate.’ Her lips moved not in a manly narrow yet broad smiling way as she spoke. ‘How do you like it here?’ asked he, indicating the local aristocrats, who were still taking an interest in both the lady minister and him. They were watching them with their neutrally tormented faces while their skulls looked as if they had been beaten flat on top, and their features had contorted into an expression of pain in the process they were watching them lacking either curiosity or respect with their thin lipped mouths agape, and yet not watching either because of the fact that sometimes their eyes wandered, lingering for a long time on some ordinary object before returning to them. Then he also pointed to the local aristocrats, who were holding each other close, head to head and pouting, whether humbly or in derision-God knows the truth-and the definition of it was hard to mould in words. Ought he to indicated all these people as if to introduce a retinue forced on him by special circumstances, expecting some probabilities which implied familiarity in the social role model of Erzurum's VIPs, and that mattered nothing just at that time. He would see the difference between him and them. Although lady minister did prepare herself not respond to the question-besides, as could easily be seen, in all innocence-and let it pass her by, like a well trained concubine of the new caliph would rather be hearing her owner should say something that was only apparently addressed to her. She merely looked around as the question required, greeting acquaintances among the Erzurum's local aristocrats with a wave of her hand, and exchanged a few words with them, all easily and as a matter of course, without actually mixing with them. As for The twos in one-he, he was warned off the subject but undeterred, turned back to the note-sent to him by c/o the lady minister of education in his hand and opened it. It ran as follows: ‘Dear Sir, you are, as you know, taken into the New Caliph-President’s service. Your immediate superior would be the next mayor as chairman of the city council of Erzurum, who will communicate to you all further details concerning your work and your remuneration, and to whom you will be answerable.

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    THE NEWEST NOVEL BY SOLZHENITSOF:

    THE LOVE OF ONE IN TWOS

    PART TWO

    CHAPTER I (continuing)


    The local aristocrats of Erzurum-The Pushkin's beloved city interrupted all dialogues that might be debuted, "Nonetheless, I will keep an eye on everybody involved in this love story. He-the turbidity induced messenger who brings the breaking news, will make enquiries of both SOLZH and MESO-The twos in from time to time, find out what your requirements are, and impart them to me. You will find me always ready to oblige you as far as possible. I am anxious to have contented workers.’ The signature of the voice of the local aristocrats whose message in the air was illegible, but printed on the memories beside it were the words: ‘Genuine Executive, Office nowhere and everywhere’ ‘Wait a minute!’ said he to one of the aristocrats, who was bowing to him, and he called to the mayor to show him his perpetual room, saying he wanted to spend a little time alone studying all messages spoken or hinted in the episode up-till then. As he did so, he remembered that although he had taken to the conspicuous personalities around him so much while some of them might have been only a messenger translating the hum of the citizens, and having been willing to ordered him a cup of tea. Then he watched to see how he would take that situation; he was obviously pleased, and drank tea at once, and went with the mayor. They had been able to give him a suit under a little attic room at the official, five storeys guest-house, which was a big place to escape the noise of the upper-the attic-flat if there were any, and even that might have been easy, for two maids who had been sleeping there before the guest flat had to be accommodated somehow. In fact all that had been done was to clear the maids out of the attic room above…


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    THE NEWEST NOVEL BY SOLZHENITSOF:

    THE LOVE OF ONE IN TWOS

    PART TWO

    CHAPTER I (continuing)


    Otherwise appeared unchanged, with no spot on the only the only window's pane and just a couple of very thick and ornamented polar blankets and a linen-wool quilt composed in equal proportions of the mentioned texture, left in the state it had been in after the debut night, with a few pictures of old commanders and photographs of the predecessors of the directress of the Girls Lyceum on the walls. The room had even been excessively aired with early summer season induced fragrant smelling jonquils; obviously they hoped that the new guest would stay long, and they were doing everything to keep him. As an aside he did mind; he wrapped himself in the blanket and began rereading the notes taken by him under the light of based on a broadly lampshade yet bright. It was not all of a piece; there were passages where The twos in One were or rather he was addressed as a free agent-actually the agents of id, ego, superego-whose autonomy was recognized, for instance in the opening greeting-greeting themselves or himself indeed-and the part about his requirements. But then again, there were passages in notes where they were, say, he was openly or by implication addressed as a common labourer instead of a noble people-a love hunter whereas being worthy even to be noticed by the mayor or the governor viz. the chief executives of the state, adding to it he would declare that he was a meticulous one who obviously felt he ought to make an effort ‘to keep an eye on them’, while his alternative personalities-not as it was in 'Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde' case-MESO and SOLZH to whom he was actually ‘answerable’, was the only and one Love Hunter in the city of the poor mayor, and perhaps his sole colleague would be the Governor of the Pushkin's city-Erzurum. These contradictions were certainly so blatant that amid the interrelation problems they must be intentional.


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    THE NEWEST NOVEL BY SOLZHENITSOF:

    THE LOVE OF ONE IN TWOS

    PART TWO

    CHAPTER I (continuing)


    Considering that the notes of his-as he is the one-came from such pillars of personality as The Twos in One, he scarcely even entertained the crazy idea that any anti-decision with the exception for non-decision might have entered into it. Rather, he saw him-himself-offered a choice: it was left to him to make what he liked of the arrangements in those noted, and decide whether he wanted to be a Love Hunter who seemed, but only seemed, to have the distinction of a link to the magnificent semi castle, say Girls Lyceum, or apparently one of the sides of the janitor-the love of the education minister namely Lady Nimes CHOBOUGGI but besides one whose conditions of work were really determined entirely by the vibrations of the profession that having been a love hunter had brought. He did not hesitate to choose, nor would he have done so even without his experiences so far. Only as a love hunter as far as possible from the girls +18 in the building of the girls' lyceum could he get anywhere with the Girls Lyceum itself. Those girls +18, who were bound to be still so suspicious of him, would start talking to him once he was, if not their friend, at least one of the lovers of them, indistinguishable from, say, his id-MESO and ego-SOLZH and he-The one uttered in the composition of the "The twos in One" that must be brought about very soon, everything depended on it and then, he was sure, all paths would be open to him, paths that would have been closed to him permanently in the past, and not onlyclosed but invisible, if it had depended solely on the good graces of the Girls +18 up above in the promenading corridor. Of course there was another gift, and it was sufficiently emphasized in the note, even represented with a certain pleasure as if it were inevitable. It was that his was the status of a labourer labouring in the paths of love. ‘Sexology’, ‘superiority’, ‘inferiority’, and all the ‘conditions of remuneration’, plus ‘answerable’, ‘all love hunters if there were any beside him’: the note of his was full of such terms, and even when something else and more personal was said, it was written from the same point of view. If he wanted to work here then he could, but if so it must be in deadly earnest, without so much as glancing elsewhere so that he knew that no real compulsion threatened him, he wasn’t afraid of that, least of all here, but he did fear the force of love afar discouraging because of far surroundings, he feared getting used to disappointment!


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    THE NEWEST NOVEL BY SOLZHENITSOF:

    THE LOVE OF ONE IN TWOS

    PART TWO

    CHAPTER I (continuing)


    Then there he happened to fear of fearing for the imperceptible influence of every passing moment would be not dangerous but dull based a warranty in the future. He happened also to ask which matters would be guaranteed: the dully one or cheerful events? the reply should be "NOP!" if he should contend with that nothing could be dangerous from the point of hunters because of the fact that all danger in the lives of hunters might be concerning only the prey, say that to be hunted. Suddenly the notes of his began to be fake things to him so that they did not, after all, gloss over the facts that if there were any agreements or disagreements that would be worth of being taken down as all notes it would be useless unless he could have catch a delicious fish to share non-fishy exchange of notes it should be seen as the fault of his recklessness as it was said with delicacy, and only an uneasy or guilty conscience (say that of MESO or uneasy, and guilty namely that of SOLZH) would have been noticed it in those three words ‘as you know’, referring to his entering the adventure of the love hunting in the Girls Lyceum. He had applied for the post of a peerless hunter, and now he knew that, as his notes put it, he had been accepted into the promenading corridor stepped especially the girls +18 of the school. In the room that had been allocated for his rest, study and sleeping he took a picture off the wall and hung up one of the notes-saying all notes within an ordinary itineraries should be accepted fake scribble instead of notes-the on the nail instead. He would be living in this room, so this was where the meaningless part of his itinerary should hang. So he went down to the tea saloon of the guesthouse directed directly by the mayor. He knew that MESO and SOLZH would be sitting with him at an ornamented table say nothing of the exclamation before sitting his chair ‘Oh, there you are,’ for a special reason or even for any reason just because he was glad to see his inner parts of existence-MESO and SOLZH who never got to their feet anyhow, and no sooner had K. entered the room than the local aristocrats rose to come closer to him because of the fact that it had become a habit of theirs to follow him around. ‘What is it you keep wanting from me?’ laughed he, and neither they did take offence nor turned slowly back to their places only one saluted him, by way of introducing respects to him as he turned away...


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    THE NEWEST NOVEL BY SOLZHENITSOF:

    THE LOVE OF ONE IN TWOS

    PART TWO

    CHAPTER I (continuing)


    He carry on with the same things with an inscrutable smile copied by some of the others in the tea saloon: ‘We’re always hearing something new,’ remarked MESO-the id and SOLZH licked his lips as if the ‘new’ was something to dry one's lips-as an aside isn't it the same thing-and make the teeth to bit them. He said not a word to smooth things over the sudden comments of His id-MESO and His ego-SOLZH; it would be good for them-or rather his id and ego-to feel a little respect for him himself, but no sooner was his id-MESO seemed to be sitting beside SOLZH than he felt one of the local aristocrats of the city of Pushkin-Erzurum breathing down the back of his neck; the man said he had come to fetch some lumps of sugar wrapped within the little nylon like paper packages, but He stamped his foot angrily and both MESO and SOLZH went away or rather went into-for they were the Twos in One-without goals symbolised with sugar lamps they were after. It was not really easy to irritate him; They-He should only have to set the local aristocrats-who cannot be set-against him, for instance, for the persistent attention of some of them might have bothered him-actually didn't do it-more than the reserve of others. But the attitude of the former showed reserve too, for if he had sat down at their table, they would certainly have left it. Only the presence of both MESO and SOLZH kept him from making a scene. But still he turned to them menacingly, and they had also turned to him. However, when he saw them sitting like that, each in his place, without talking, without any visible connection with each other, the only thing NESO and SOLZH-his id and ego-too had in common being that they were all staring at him, it struck him that it might not be malice at all that made the strangers or rather the local aristocrats alongside his id and ego-MESO and SOLZH-pester him, perhaps they really did want something from him but simply could not say it, or then again it could be just being in the situation of apprenticeship that should have be lived just before he accepted to work with them so his seemed to be a great place for being a green horn. Wasn’t the mayor himself child-like as he held a cup of tea in both hands, taking it to one of the guests? He stood still, looked at him, and failed to hear something that the governor's wife had called out to him from the deserted corners outdoors. Feeling calmer, He-the One turned to MESO and SOLZH-The Twos; he would have liked to get his id and ego out of the way, but could find no pretext for ridding himself of them, and in any case they were staring in silence from the depths of his clear consciousness!


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    THE LOVE OF ONE IN TWOS

    PART TWO

    CHAPTER I (continuing)


    He carry on with the same things with an inscrutable smile copied by some of the others in the tea saloon: ‘We’re always hearing something new,’ remarked MESO-the id and SOLZH licked his lips as if the ‘new’ was something to dry one's lips-as an aside isn't it the same thing-and make the teeth to bit them. He said not a word to smooth things over the sudden comments of His id-MESO and His ego-SOLZH; it would be good for them-or rather his id and ego-to feel a little respect for him himself, but no sooner was his id-MESO seemed to be sitting beside SOLZH than he felt one of the local aristocrats of the city of Pushkin-Erzurum breathing down the back of his neck; the man said he had come to fetch some lumps of sugar wrapped within the little nylon like paper packages, but He stamped his foot angrily and both MESO and SOLZH went away or rather went into-for they were the Twos in One-without goals symbolised with sugar lamps they were after. It was not really easy to irritate him; They-He should only have to set the local aristocrats-who cannot be set-against him, for instance, for the persistent attention of some of them might have bothered him-actually didn't do it-more than the reserve of others. But the attitude of the former showed reserve too, for if he had sat down at their table, they would certainly have left it. Only the presence of both MESO and SOLZH kept him from making a scene. But still he turned to them menacingly, and they had also turned to him. However, when he saw them sitting like that, each in his place, without talking, without any visible connection with each other, the only thing NESO and SOLZH-his id and ego-too had in common being that they were all staring at him, it struck him that it might not be malice at all that made the strangers or rather the local aristocrats alongside his id and ego-MESO and SOLZH-pester him, perhaps they really did want something from him but simply could not say it, or then again it could be just being in the situation of apprenticeship that should have be lived just before he accepted to work with them so his seemed to be a great place for being a green horn. Wasn’t the mayor himself child-like as he held a cup of tea in both hands, taking it to one of the guests? He stood still, looked at him, and failed to hear something that the governor's wife had called out to him from the deserted corners outdoors. Feeling calmer, He-the One turned to MESO and SOLZH-The Twos; he would have liked to get his id and ego out of the way, but could find no pretext for ridding himself of them, and in any case they were staring in silence from the depths of his clear consciousness! ‘I’ve read the message through your features,’ shouted he, ‘Do you know what it says?’ ‘YEP,’ replied the mayor. His glance seemed to convey more than his words. Perhaps the Twos in One-He was mistaken in detecting goodwill in the local aristocrats' heart as well as malice in the ordinary people, but the thought of using the features of theirs as the messenger so that presence of that still made him feel better. ‘The impressions obtained from your, say faces should be mentioned you too as it would be done in the case of informing the twos in on-I. It would say your features were to carry messages between my existence and the practically endured lives you should carry both on your shoulders as a burden and an asking face or rather the main part of your features, so that’s why I thoughtyou would know what was to be expressed over you as living creatures.’ ‘My orders’, said Mayor, ‘were simply not to carry any abstract mission but to render an action. Since the writing material belonging to Twos in One-Him, should have waited until it had been read, and if "He" thought it necessary take back an answer either oral or written.’ ‘Well Mayor’, said He ‘There’s no need to write; just tell the chief executive-what could be the name of The Twos or One's my profession, by the way? Simply Love Hunter? I couldn’t read the signature under the reference regarding to it.’ ‘I'm’* said the mayor. ‘Then thank Mr Mayor on my behalf for my acceptance and your particular kindness, which I know how to value as I ought, not having proved my merits in the promenade corridor of the Girls Lyceum yet. I will act entirely in accordance with our shared plans, and I have no particular requirements today.’ The mayor, who had been listening attentively, asked if anybody could run through that message obtained abstractly over the feature of your features out loud. He said "yes", and The Ego-SOLZH recited everything word for word. Then One covering The Twos-The MESO/Id and SOLZH/Ego rose to leave for taking a good sleep so that One-as everybody being at the threshold of sleep-thought out of the mechanism of humanly thought procedure and felt something having not be apt to be felt but to be seen and saw something to be sensed by means of feeling through touching viz. one might saw the body temperature from a distant point.All this while "He" had been scrutinizing the features again, and now he did so for the last time. Although the Mayor was about the same height as, he seemed to be looking down at him from above, but almost humbly, although it was impossible to imagine him causing intentionally awkwardness to anyone, and to be sure, the Mayor was only a precursor and did not know the contents of the outcome to be created on the platform shared by especially by the local aristocrats and the Twos in One letter-He who had delivered, but over looking, with a smile, his carriage seemed to be a message in themselves, even if he didn’t know it. And the Twos in One-"He" offered his hand, which clearly surprised the Mayor, who had intended only to bow. As soon as he had gone before opening the door he had leaned against it for a moment and looked around the tea saloon, with a glance that was not meant for any particular person as soon as he was gone, 'He' told the VIPs of the local aristocracy: ‘I’m going to fetch the photographs-showing the barbers pulling the aching teeth of a great scale of patients from every ages-from my room, and then we’ll discuss our first job of work if one could call "Hunting Love" as a work’ before some ones moved to accompany him.



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