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For Pavel those two years fled by in ceaseless activity. He was not one to take life calmly, to greet each day with a leisurely yawn and retire at the stroke of ten. He lived at a swift tempo, grudging himself and others every wasted moment.
He allowed a bare minimum of time for sleep. Often the light burned in his window late into the night, and within, a group of people would be uggs clearance gathered around the table engrossed in study. They had made a thorough study of Volume III of Capital in these two years and the subtle mechanics of capitalist exploitation were now revealed to them.
Razvalikhin had turned up in the area where Korchagin now worked. He had been sent by the Gubernia Committee with the recommendation that he be appointed Secretary of a district Komsomol organisation. Pavel happened to be away when Razvalikhin arrived and in his absence the Bureau had UGG Boots Clearance sent the newcomer to one of the districts. Pavel received the news on his return without comment.
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"I move that he be expelled and that his expulsion be final."
The others were taken aback by the motion. It seemed too severe a measure under the circumstances. But Pavel insisted.
"The scoundrel must be expelled. He had every chance to become a decent human being, but he has remained an outsider in the Komsomol." And Pavel told the Bureau about the Berezdov incident.