The Idiot Part 1 Chapter 1 Page 16

“Yes — those very ones,” interrupted Rogojin, impatiently, and with scant courtesy.

I may remark that he had not once taken any notice of the blotchy-faced passenger, and had hitherto addressed all his remarks direct to the prince.

“Dear me — is it possible?” observed the clerk, while his face assumed an expression of great deference and servility — if not of absolute alarm: “what, a son of that very Semen Rogojin — hereditary honourable citizen — who died a month or so ago and left two million and a half of roubles?”

“And how do you know that he left two million and a half of roubles?” asked Rogojin, disdainfully, and not deigning so much as to