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Gorki completely satisfied that strange but almost universal desire of well-fed and comfortable people to go slumming.
Gorki's cheap sentiment, and maudlin pity, often result in clap-trap and padding which are foreign to the artist proper.
These years, which immediately preceded the appearance of Gorki, form part of the most gloomy period of modern Russian history.
Gorki made a little speech which was translated by a Russian who knew English.
At this point Gorki seems, indeed, to have deliberately abjured his intimate knowledge of certain classes of the community.