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Fathers and Sons

Fathers and Sons

  

by Ivan Turgenev

Fathers and Sons: Quotes (What was Said) True or False

1. Who said, "Without principles taken as you say on trust one cannot move an inch or draw a single breath."? -> Yevgeny Vassilyich Bazarov
2. Who said, "Nature, too, is trivial, in the sense you give to it. Nature is not a temple, but a workshop, and man’s the workman in it."? -> Yevgeny Vassilyich Bazarov
3. Who said, "But you have picked on an excellent spot, and you’re giving yourselves up to a fine occupation. Lying on the ’earth’, gazing at the ’heavens’. Do you know there is an especial significance in that?"? -> Vassily Ivanych
4. Who said, "Perhaps their advantage lies in their having fewer traces of the serf-owning mentality than we have?"? -> Nikolai Petrovich Kirsanov
5. Who said, "A penny candle, you know, set Moscow on fire."? -> Yevgeny Vassilyich Bazarov

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