The Idiot Part 2 Chapter 2 Page 28

more than is good for them for years.

He loves his children — oh, I know that well enough! He respected my aunt, his late wife... and he even has a sort of affection for me. He has remembered me in his will.”

“I shall leave you nothing!” exclaimed his uncle angrily.

“Listen to me, Lebedeff,” said the prince in a decided voice, turning his back on the young man. “I know by experience that when you choose, you can be business-like... I have very little time to spare, and if you... By the way — excuse me — what is your Christian name? I have forgotten it.”