The Idiot Part 1 Chapter 1 Page 15

learned anything whatever,” said the other.

“Oh, but I learned very little, you know!” added the prince, as though excusing himself. “They could not teach me very much on account of my illness.”

“Do you know the Rogojins?” asked his questioner, abruptly.

“No, I don’t — not at all! I hardly know anyone in Russia. Why, is that your name?”

“Yes, I am Rogojin, Parfen Rogojin.”

“Parfen Rogojin? dear me — then don’t you belong to those very Rogojins, perhaps — ” began the clerk, with a very perceptible increase of civility in his tone.