Pan Stanislav wished to tell him that he was going to marry.
Pan Stanislav entered, and at the first moment did not recognize Pan Plavitski.
Pan Stanislav thought that his looks uttered a prayer to be carried to his own country, and Svirski confirmed that thought.
Unconsciously Pan Stanislav let his eyes follow the motion of the hand.
“Everything in him will be broken; all will slide away from under his feet in a moment,” thought Pan Stanislav.
Pan Stanislav had in his mind at that moment the same conviction and feeling.
Pan Stanislav, to whom the presence of any guest was convenient, supported Bigiel.
Pan Stanislav, taking her by the hand, led her out on to one of the piers.
Pan Stanislav went in, and saw her in a light summer robe, like that in which he saw her at his first visit in Kremen.
Pan Stanislav had a dwelling furnished as if he were about to marry.