By Andrei Platonov
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But the happiness of childhood friendship, the realization of the future world in the play of youth and in the worthiness of their own severe freedom signified on the childish faces important gladness, replacing for them beauty and domestic plumpness. Voshchev stood shyly before the eyes of the parade of these excited children whom he did not know; he was ashamed that the Young Pioneers, in all likelihood, knew and felt more than he did, because children are time maturing in a fresh body, while he, Voshchev, is cut off and set apart in the silence of obscurity by hastening, active youth as being a vain effort of life to achieve its goal.
Pashkin looked upon Safronov with his wearily-foreseeing eyes and went on off to the city to his work. Behind him followed Kozlov who said to him, as they departed: "Comrade Pashkin, Voshchev over there has joined up with us, but he has no documentation from the employment office. " "I see no conflict there, there is a shortage of the proletariat right now," Pashkin gave his conclusion and left Kozlov without any reassurance. And Kozlov then and there began to fall in his proletarian faith and wanted to go off to the city—to write there excoriating declarations and set to rights various disputes, for the purpose of organizational achievements.
Right up until evening Voshchev walked silently about the city, just as if he were waiting for the world to become common knowledge. However, just as before things on earth were unclear for him, and he felt in the darkness of his body a silent place where there was nothing and where nothing prevented anything from swinging back and forth. Voshchev strolled past people as if he were living out of sight of them, feeling the rising strength of his burning mind and becoming ever more separate and isolated in the darkness of his sadness.