This time from Berenike.
Awfully grand next nearest book. Eugene Onegin by Pushkin, because we are going to a Schools' Matinee at The ROH in March and I thought it would be a novelty to have knowledge of the plot. Thought it would add to basking in the Tchaik. Also, when some pupil asks me what's going on, I'll be able to tell them. Always handy.
Sentences are a bit tricky, what with it being written in verse. So I'll count lines instead
With caution through the key-hole spying
She sees ... Why, who would credit it?
About the table monsters sit!
Anyone else, please join in....