Table of contents for The five : a novel of Jewish life in turn-of-the-century Odessa / Vladimir Jabotinsky ; translated from the Russian and annotated by Michael R. Katz ; introduction by Michael Stanislawski.

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Contents
Translator's Preface
Introduction by Michael Stanislawski
Principal Characters
Instead of a Preface	000
I. Youth	000
II. Serezha	000
III. In the Literary Circle	000
IV. Around Marusya	000
V. The World of Business	000
VI. Lika	000
VII. Marko	000
VIII. My Porter	000
IX. The Alien	000
X. Along Deribasov Street	000
XI. A Many-Sided Soul	000
XII. The Arsenal on Moldavanka	000
XIII. Something like the Decameron	000
XIV. Inserted Chapter, Not Intended for the Reader	000
XV. Confession on Langeron	000
XVI. Signor and Mademoiselle	000
XVII. The Godseeker	000
XVIII. Potemkin Day	000
XIX. Potemkin Night	000
XX. The Wrong Way	000
XXI. Broad Jewish Natures	000
XXII. One More Confession	000
XXIII. Visiting Marusya	000
XXIV. Mademoiselle and Signor	000
XXV. Gomorrah	000
XXVI. Something Bad	000
XXVII. The End of Marusya	000
XXVIII. The Beginning of Torik	000
XXIX. L'envoi	000
Selected Bibliography 

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