A much closer parallel, however, is furnished by the Ҳороводъ or choral dance of Little Russia.
I had a rather extensive connexion in Little Russia at that time.
Written down it was indeed by the hands of Gogol, but composed it was by the whole of Little Russia.
It is like that of any other middle-class landowner in Little Russia.
Mazeppa, as we have seen, was at this time hetman of the Cossacks of Little Russia.
"There is none," returned the child, in the dialect of Little Russia.
It was at this time that he wrote his historical sketches of the Tatar wars and of Little Russia.
Let us go together—to the Caucasus, or simply to Little Russia to eat dumplings.
Further corroboration of this confusion is afforded by a story from Little Russia, quoted by de Gubernatis.
In Little Russia the people already had the right of electing their local officials.