'Aha! he belongs to the undeveloped,' Gubaryov interrupted him, with the same gentleness, and going up to Voroshilov, he asked him: 'Had he read the pamphlet he had given him?'
Voroshilov, to Litvinov's astonishment, had not uttered a word ever since his entrance, but had only knitted his brows and rolled his eyes (as a rule he was either speechifying or else perfectly dumb). He now expanded his chest in soldierly fashion, and with a tap of his heels, nodded assent.
'Well, and how was it? Did you like it?'
'As regards the fundamental principles, I liked it; but I did not agree with the inferences.'
'Mmm. . . . Andrei Ivanitch praised that pamphlet, however. You must expand your doubts to me later.'
'You desire it in writing?'
Gubaryov was obviously surprised; he had not expected this; however, after a moment's thought, he replied:
'Yes, in writing. By the way, I will ask you to explain to me your views also . . . in regard to ... in regard to associations.'
'Associations on Lassalle's system, do you desire, or on the system of Schulze-Delitzsch?'
'Mmm. ... on both. For us Russians, you understand, the financial aspect of the matter