Monsieur Woland that his act this evening starts after the second interval.'
'Very good. Of course. At once. Immediately. Certainly. I'll tell
him,' came the staccato reply from the earpiece.
'Goodbye,' said Varenukha, in amazement.
'Please accept,' said the telephone, ' my warmest and most sincere
good wishes for a brilliant success! It will be a great show--great! '
'There you are--I told you so! ' said the house manager excitedly. '
He hasn't gone to Yalta, he's just gone out of town for a drive.'
'Well, if that's the case,' said the treasurer, turning pale with
anger, ' he has behaved like an absolute swine!'
Here the manager leaped into the air and gave such a shout that Rimsky
'I remember! I remember now! There's a new Turkish restaurant out at
Pushkino--it's just opened--and it's called the " Yalta "! Don't you see? He
went there, got drunk and he's been sending us telegrams from there!'
'Well, he really has overdone it this time,' replied Rimsky, his cheek
twitching and real anger flashing in his eyes. ' This little jaunt is going
to cost him dear.' He suddenly stopped and added uncertainly : ' But what
about those telegrams from the police?'
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