never forgive myself for not liking him before!
I don’t know whether I ought to continue to go to the Epanchins’ now,” concluded Colia — ”I like to be quite independent of others, and of other people’s quarrels if I can; but I must think over it.”
“I don’t think you need break your heart over Gania,” said the prince; “for if what you say is true, he must be considered dangerous in the Epanchin household, and if so, certain hopes of his must have been encouraged.”
“What? What hopes?” cried Colia; “you surely don’t mean Aglaya? — oh, no! — ”
“You’re a dreadful