When Lushkoff came often to Sargai’s place for chopping woods Sargai assumed that Lushkoff was a laborious man and he deserved some cleaner employment. Sargai referred Lushkoff for a copying job and advised him to give up on drinking. It was Sargai’s kindness to have offered a beggar some work. Hence, Lushkoff was obliged for his act of kindness.
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