The Twelve Chairs

Yevgeny Petrov, 1928

A Priest an underground Millionaire and
a Jewish crook pursuing a treasure
Which we can call "the missing chair game"
Priest goes crazy
The crook is murdered
And the millionaire returns to underground
without a cent.

Moral:
"He who laughs last
laughs longest" Joseph Stalin

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en/books/the_twelve_chairs.txt · Last modified: 2013/04/07 13:30 by admin