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You might be able to prevail on one of the local residents to put you up, but only the most obstinate of them have not already done so to the fullest extent they deem possible. Best that you make the acquaintance of a number of our officers in hopes that one will be willing to let you share his space. I haven't been there myself, but He proceeded directly to the baggage car, picked up his gear, then, in the nearest open space, pitched his tent. Kupferman, Strakhov, and the other officers looked on in disbelief. His was not a regular army issue tent. Rather it was a smallish affair, with a multitude of pockets and other useful contrivances.
From the outside, the patchwork of irregular stitching and the bulges aroused curiosity. On the inside was displayed a potpourri of gear, arranged for ready access -- like the wares of an efficient Gypsy. There was a pocket for his maps, a pocket for binoculars, a loop for his saber, a pocket for beginning Chinese grammar and phrase books, and straps for photographic gear and surveying gear. The tent held and displayed all his essential baggage except his clothes. And tucked into the sides, near the peak, were a photo of the Tsar, Nicholas II, and an icon of Christ. As soon as his tent was set up, Bulatovich kneeled before the icon and prayed reverently.
Then, with the flaps open to let in any breeze, he stretched out, fully dressed, on his back, with his hands behind his head. He shut his eyes, but he couldn't shut off the thoughts and images that kept racing through his mind. Port Arthur was the key to Russia's position in China. Although it was not much farther south than Valdivostok, the currents made it a warm-water port, free of ice and open to shipping year round. Its acquisition had been a major diplomatic coup. The Japanese had gone to war with China inhad won decisively, and had thereby gained control of Port Arthur. But the Western Powers had intervened, rushing to the aid of poor defenseless China, applying diplomatic pressure to force Japan to return Port Arthur to China.
No sooner had Japan pulled out than those same friendly Powers -- Germany, France, Russia, and Britain -- forced China to give them trade and territorial concessions in payment for their goodwill. At that time, construction of the Trans-Siberian Railway, begun inwas rapidly advancing. Between the tracks running southeast from Lake Baikal and the tracks running northwest from Vladivostok lay that awkward little bulge in the North of China known as Manchuria. It would be far more direct and inexpensive to go straight through Manchuria. In Russian coercion and diplomacy resulted in permission to do just that, under the auspices of an ostensibly private company, the Russo-Chinese Railway, with the Russian government as the main shareholder.
Then the diplomats scored again, obtaining for Russia without a shot what Japan had fought and won a war for: The company had the right to protect its interests with a private army of "railway guards," made up, for the most part, of former Russian soldiers. In some cases, entire companies of Cossacks volunteered for this high-paying mercenary duty and stayed together, with Chinese officers placed in titular command over them. A thousand miles of railway on Chinese soil, over a hundred thousand Chinese coolies employed in the construction that was already just months away from completion -- it was a major step toward economic and eventual political domination of the area.
And Manchuria would be the jumping-off point for gaining control of Korea, with its even more advantageous ports. Port Arthur was headquarters, the decision-making center for all Russian activities in the Far East. It would be supported and defended at all costs. If Bulatovich could get there, he would probably have an opportunity to play an important role in history-making events. If the situation there was under control, he might be sent to join the Allied expedition to save the diplomats held hostage in their legations in Peking. News of trouble with the religious and anti-foreign Chinese fanatics known as "Boxers" had been appearing in the Western press for some months.
By the time Bulatovich first heard of it, on his return from Ethiopia in May ofthe situation was already critical. Then it had sounded as if the old Manchu dynasty were about to fall. These religious fanatics i he ch'uan -- "Harmonious Fists" -- they called themselves; "Boxers" Western reporters called them would certainly vent their wrath on the decrepit and corrupt central government that had repeatedly backed down before the military threats and bribery of the Western Powers. The government had already given Western merchants and missionaries special privileges, relinquishing control of customs duties and governmental authority in major port areas, opening up the country to the opium trade and to the disruptive influence of Western goods and technology and beliefs.
Only the jealous watchfulness of the vulture nations -- Britain, France, Germany, and Russia with the United States tempted but still aloof -- prevented one or another of them from seizing control of what remained of the vast Chinese Empire. It seemed that the partition of China depended only on these governments arriving at some mutually agreeable set of boundaries. But now these spontaneous anti-Western, anti-Christian outbreaks. Christian missionaries and their Chinese converts were murdered here and there throughout the Empire. Westerners and those who dealt with them, including government officials, were treated first with disrespect, then with disdain, then with open hostility.
At first, official word from above urged cautious and selective suppression of such outbreaks, trying to soothe the anger of the Western Powers and at the same time quiet this potentially explosive popular movement. Then gradually and subtly, the Dowager Empress or her ministers who could say who, if anyone, really "ruled" in China? One way or the other, the full energy of hatred had focused on the foreigners rather than on the government officials who had collaborated with them. Since June 20 all the foreigners connected with the legations in Peking and a sizable number of Chinese converts were besieged sin the sector of the city that had been set aside for them, held hostage by a huge and volatile mob of fanatics, with the tacit assent or covert connivance of the weak central government.
The same sort of trouble was echoing throughout China, with mobs attacking foreigners, especially missionaries, and destroying foreign property, especially railroads. Rumor had it, too, that provincial governors and military leaders, at least in Manchuria, had come out openly in favor of the fantatics and were using their regular armies not to quell the riots, but rather to attack foreign military targets. Religion -- that was the key. Bulatovich's friend Colonel Molchanov had emphasized that back in early June when they had first discussed the situation in China. Religion and railroads, that's what people understand. Their basic beliefs are threatened -- the meaning of their lives -- by these missionaries with their strange notions and by these great iron monsters.
Where it used to take weeks to go from one city to another, now it takes hours. Their markets are flooded with cheap machine-made Western goods. Their economy is in chaos. Most of them can't make sense out of these outward changes, can see no meaning in lives that depend on these goods and machines. Some of them have adopted the religions of the West in an effort to understand. I've heard that in just a few decades, Catholics, Protestants, and, to a far lesser degree, Orthodox missionaries have won hundreds of thousands, if not millions, of apparently devout converts.
Apparently, the Boxers believe that by saying the right words, the right incantations, they can make themselves superhumanly powerful -- immune to bullets and able to take on western armies and machines single-handed.
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The papers say that believers claim the Boxers who die must not have learned the right words. It's what people want to Submissjve that they believe, and what they believe governs what they do. Submixsive materials and socialists have the world all backward. They put the emphasis in the wrong place, on things. Sure, things affect the way we think; but, to a large extent, we see what we want to see, we make sutar what we want to make ourselves -- orenbirg least that's what I want to believe. Only Orsnburg can't say why I want to. Bulatovich said another prayer, silently, a uSbmissive one: He felt somewhat guilty for letting personal ambition play so large a part in his motivations.
While he was remembering the words of his friend Colonel Molchanov, he had been nursing the hurt to his Subnissive pride and ambition of this reassignment to the Hailar Detachment. Port Arthur and these troubles in China had seemed like a perfect Hot woman pickup in quzhou for him to start his career afresh after his failure in Ethiopia. He orejburg believed that Russia usgar help Ethiopia maintain its lrenburg and expansionist role in Africa, competing orenbyrg Britain for ln in the heart of the continent. But his efforts on behalf of Ethiopia had been frustrated somewhere in the maze of ministries in Petersburg, Submissive wanted by sugar daddy in orenburg perhaps his dispatches had never been forwarded from Addis Ababa.
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Once again it seemed the train of his career had been sidetracked or derailed. This was, perhaps Submissivd end of the line" -- stuck in the middle of nowhere, with an objective that no one had ever heard of or was ever likely to hear of. He felt some moral twinge for having such thoughts, for considering a disastrous situation -- the massacre of defenseless Christians -- as an opportunity for personal advancement. He reminded himself SSubmissive he hadn't make it happen, that he in fact wanted ;to help resolve it, that someone must do orenbury job, and that it was the very sort of job his experience and training suited him for: He would probably see no action at all, marching through the relatively uninhabited Mongolian section of Manchuria with this overly friendly, disarming, and apparently well-meaning general.
As for the regimental commander, Kupferman, if that wasn't his way of being openly hostile, then he was the sort of man who was concerned about his own wnted and totally insensitive to the needs of others. Then there was that spit-and-polish, boy-faced assistant commander, what was his name? Maybe they had been talking before and he had just now become aware of it. Maybe he had drifted off to sleep. Maybe he was dreaming now. This flamboyant contraption of his -- it's not a tent, it's an affront. After all, I'm getting on in years.
I've earned my little comforts. But a mere cavalry captain, even if he is from one of the most prestigious regiments in the Russian army -- it's an act of insubordination for him to flaunt a Gypsy thing like that. It's his job to set an example of orderliness, decorum, and discipline for these unruly and, Daddt sure, untrustworthy troops of ours. Described it in great detail, as well as I could from what I've Subjissive. I wish I had one myself. You saw the way the general treated him, and that business about the steeplechase and Africa and whatnot.
He's too much of a celebrity for our little operation. Upsets the command structure, the protocol, to have a cavalry captain that buddy-buddy with the general. Did you notice the earring? What's he doing here, anyway? Orlov corralled him here, but he must wantedd volunteered for Manchuria in the first place. He has more than enough feathers in his cap. If he were simply ambitious, he would stay put in Petersburg for a while. Only sensible thing to do. Cultivate acquaintances, make wated known in important places, play regimental politics. That's ;how to get ahead in irenburg army. A little foreign duty looks good on the record, but you have to stay put for a while in your own regiment to make something of it.
Some nasty business he'd like people to forget about, so he stays away. Or that he'd like to forget himself, so he keeps on the go. A woman, I'd wager. Some nasty business with a woman. Facts and Faith Bulatovich was on the train again, in that stifling compartment. Where was he going? Day after day he had been sitting up like this, eight people crowded into a space intended for six. They had passed through European Russia, cross the Urals. They must be near Omsk. Hadn't he been here before? While inside all was crammed, outside was al the space a man could want.
A vast sea of flat, empty, treeless land stretched to the horizon and beyond. A man needed space to breathe, to rest, to sleep. How many thousands and tens of thousands had come this way before? They wanted freedom from oppressive laws and taxes, freedom from serfdom. Even now, forty years after the end of serfdom, peasants still fled eastward to this open space. They didn't want to stay forever in the same place. They didn't want to be tied to the meager strips of land that had been farmed by their fathers and their fathers' fathers for centuries.
They wanted to get away from the land where their ancestors were buried, away from their own past, to start fresh. Religious men had passed this way, too, Orthodox monks and sectarians -- raskolniki -- people whose beliefs differed from the official doctrine of the day. Some sought religious freedom. Some were banished here. Some chose the frontier because of the very difficulties they would encounter there and deliberately pushed themselves to the limits of their endurance. Maybe they were trying to block out the world from their minds so they could find some peace within themselves.
It was said that suffering helped purify the soul. They were mortifying the flesh in this life, perhaps to gain merit in the next. Perhaps they wanted to atone for some real or imagined sin. Why was he here? Now he was steaming through rich agricultural land. Now through huge forests of pine, fir, and silver birch. Now through vast coal fields. He passed a collection of wooden houses called "Irkutsk," ferried across Lake Baikal, that "Holy Sea of Siberia," into the virgin forests of Trans-Baikal, where the trunks of fir trees were as wide as peasants' huts.
He left the forests behind. Did someone say that was Chita? What was he doing here? After all his brilliant service, why was he being exiled to Siberia? What had he done? He heard the train's clatter again in the distance He wasn't on it. No, he was on the ground. He slept restlessly, one dream following another at a dizzying pace. The warm sensuous hands of Asalafetch, the innocent smile of Sonya, his mother's frown, his father's grave. He'd open his eyes from one dream, or think he had opened his eyes, and see his mother standing there beside him in the moonlight, her thin lips pursed, her chin thrust out. Look at me when I talk to you. What are you trying to prove?
I told you to be home by supper, and here you are asleep in the field in the middle of the night. You're a sinful disobedient little boy, Sasha, and a plague to your poor mother. If she had just beaten him, he could have gotten mad at her or felt self-righteous that the punishment was more severe than he merited. But no, she would just look at him, her lips pursed, her eyes full of disappointment and weariness, and the guilt would weigh on him. There would be no way to get rid of the guilt. He awoke for a moment beneath the stifling heat of his odd little tent. He glimpsed the icon of Christ and the photo of the Tsar, then felt that he was waking again, not quite, still unable to move, waking perhaps into another dream.
Why do you pray? She was kneeling in front of an icon of Christ as she always did before going up to bed. She glared up at him, then squeezed her eyes shut, trying to concentrate again on her prayer. He had just taken and passed the final exam in geography, his worst subject. Proud of himself, he would soon be out on his own, away from this despotic mother of his. But despite himself, he would miss her. He would miss the simple pattern of rewards and punishments, the certainty of her disapproval when he broke her petty rules. Without knowing why, he had an urge to provoke her, to arouse her martyred wrath. She opened her eyes, pursed her lips, and heaved a sigh of disappointment. Don't you believe in God?
He observed all the forms of religion, including prayer. But since the death of his sister Lilia, he had avoided thinking rationally about the subject. He was fourteen when Lilia had died of typhoid. They had argued often. He teased her; she retaliated. Through their running battles they grew close, testing themselves against one another, anticipating one another's responses. Then there was silence, emptiness, no response. He had dreamed that he was standing in front of a mirror, showing off his strength, and suddenly the mirror was gone and he was standing before an endless dark chasm.
For days he had prayed to God to bring her back or to wake him, for he must be dreaming a terrible dream. Then he had asked for an explanation -- why her? He had asked for a sign, any sign that there truly was a God. But silence was the only answer. So he had cursed God and all of creation. He had cursed Father, Son, and Holy Ghost. He had cursed the Church and the priests and all believers. And he had dared God to strike him dead for such blasphemy, as he knelt, trembling, beside his bed, cursing God innocently, in the humble posture of prayer; saying he didn't believe in God, but fully expecting at any moment to be struck by a bolt of lightning.
There was no lightning. But he continued his childhood ritual of evening prayers, never asking himself, as he asked his mother now, "Why do you pray? Do you expect that God is going to give you something? He was shocked by her seriousness. He had expected her to attack him verbally, as she had so often with far less provocation. But instead, she suddenly sank into self-reflection, as if the question had awakened old memories. For a moment, she looked old and defenseless. He had never thought of her as old before.
He had never seen her with her guard down like this. He was used to her using her diminutive size and the presumed frailty of her sex as a weapon. He was sure she could make herself look even smaller and more frail than she actually as. She manipulated people by making them pity her. She was well practiced at assuming the look of a martyr, and she did so with finesse and authority. But now the muscles of her face were relaxed, hung more loosely than he had ever seen before. She was an active, dynamic woman in her early fifties. But for the moment, the energy was gone from her face. She just looked old. She was clearly shaken. He didn't want to hurt her. At least he didn't think he did.
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I was numb, empty. My aunt forced me to go the first time. The priest asked me what was wrong. I answered indignantly, 'Of course. The fact of death. They can be proved and disproved. They can be changed. For reason sees only change and difference; it can only deal with distinctions -- separating, combining, shuffling to arrive at "understanding. There is no end to their number. Of faith there is one. To faith one is everything. But I did pray. I shut my eyes and shut out the world and repeated words not for what they meant but for how they helped me to shut out the world, helped me to stop thinking and reasoning.
And I remember the sensations of church -- the smell of incense, the feel of a priest's hands on my head as a child, the tones, not the words, of chanting. When I came out of it, Anatole was still dead, your father was still dead, and there were all the day-to-day things that had to be done, and I did them.
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