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“Gazin, a prisoner. He deals in vodka here. Once he makes enough money, he drink it away at once. He’s cruel and malicious. He’s quiet enough when he’s ober, but when he’s drunk, it all comes out. He goes for people with a knife. Then they calm him down.”

“How do they do that?”

“Ten or so men fall on him and beat him terribly…”

I found it funny…

Notes from a Dead House
Fyodor Dostoevsky