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The name of the first was Maria Dmitrievna Kalitine.
In the second year of her marriage with Kalitine, who had succeeded at the end of a few days in gaining her affections, Pokrovskoe was exchanged for another estate-one of much greater intrinsic value, but unattractive in appearance, and not provided with a mansion.
At the same time Kalitine purchased a house in the town of O., and there he and his wife permanently established themselves.
She never could abide the late Kalitine, and as soon as her niece married him she retired to her own modest little property, where she spent ten whole years in a peasant's smoky hut.
He had never married, and now he lived alone in O., in a little house not far from that of the Kalitines, looked after by an old woman-servant whom he had taken out of an alms-house.
The words "Only the Righteous are in the Right." and "To Elizaveta Kalitine" were surrounded by a circle of rays.
Here is a picture of what was taking place at eleven o'clock that same evening in the Kalitines' house.
About ten o'clock in the morning, on the day after that of which we have already spoken, Lavretsky was going up the steps of the Kalitines' house, when he met Liza with her bonnet and gloves on.
At the end of three weeks Lavretsky rode over to O., and spent the evening at the Kalitines' house.
Panshine was not at the Kalitines' that evening, for the Governor had sent him somewhere into the country.
The two companions went to the Kalitines' together, and spent the evening there, but not quite so pleasantly as on the previous occasion.
Lavretsky remembered that at the Kalitines' also a nightingale had sung in the garden.
Madame Von Kalitine tells her that he is an excellent young man; and she obeys Madame Von Kalitine because she is still quite a child, although she is now nineteen.
With firm step, he took up his position behind Madame Kalitine's chair, and he refused to give up his post to any one.
Madame Kalitine had an arm-chair set in the shade for her, near the edge of the water, and a carpet was spread out under her feet.
Madame Kalitine herself two or three times uttered a plaintive cry.
After writing several letters, and making a hasty dinner, he went to the Kalitines'.
Panshine began by complimenting Lavretsky, giving him an account of the rapture with which, according to him, all the Kalitine family had spoken of Vasilievskoe; then, according to his custom, adroitly bringing the conversation round to himself, he began to speak of his occupations, of his views concerning life, the world, and the service; said a word or two about the future of Russia, and about the necessity of holding the Governors of provinces in hand; joked facetiously about himself in that respect, and added that he, among others, had been entrusted at St. Petersburg with the commission _de populariser l'idee du cadastre_. He spoke at tolerable length, and with careless assurance, solving all difficulties, and playing with the most important administrative and political questions as a juggler does with his balls.
Madame Kalitine arrived, accompanied by Gedeonovsky.
Liza sat still, looked straight before her, and did not laugh at all. Madame Kalitine sat down to cards with Marfa Timofeevna, Belenitsine, and Gedeonovsky, the latter of whom played very slowly, made continual mistakes, squeezed up his eyes, and mopped his face with his handkerchief.

Examples of Kalitine

Example #1
Her husband, who had formerly occupied the post of Provincial Procurator, and who was well known in his day as a good man of business-a man of bilious temperament, confident, resolute, and enterprising-had been dead ten years.
Example #2
At an open window, in a handsome mansion situated in one of the outlying streets of O., the chief town of the government of that name-it was in the year 1842-there were sitting two ladies, the one about fifty years old, the other an old woman of seventy.
Example #3
At the same time Kalitine purchased a house in the town of O., and there he and his wife permanently established themselves.
Example #4
Maria Dmitrievna inherited Pokrovskoe, but she did not long reside there.
Example #5
In the second year of her marriage with Kalitine, who had succeeded at the end of a few days in gaining her affections, Pokrovskoe was exchanged for another estate-one of much greater intrinsic value, but unattractive in appearance, and not provided with a mansion.