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-- PORTUGUESE --


      Palavra para o autor...


      Um conto pequeno ¨ um genero a parte. Ele tem suas pr║prias leis e regras. Num romance cenas compridas, frases nˇo perfeitas, epis║dios prolongados podem ser aceitos. Num conto isso ¨ impossřvel. Cada palavra est˝ no seu lugar, e nˇo tem nenhuma palavra sobrando. Dizem, que um conto ¨ feito pelo seu final. No caso de um conto pequeno isso ¨ mais de que verdade. Estas sˇo as restri¸┐es rřgidas deste genero.
      Eu nunca escrevi contos pequenos. E agora decidi experimentar. O que eu consegui sˇo voc˙s quem vˇo decidir.






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-- ENGLISH --


      Some words from the author...

      Short story is a peculiar genre. It has its regulations and laws. Some drown-out or imperfectly planned scenes are admissible in a novel. There also might be some stylistic imperfections. In short story all of them are unacceptable. Every word is on the right place, and none of them is superfluous. It's said the ending makes the story. It's 300%-right as far as short story is concerned. Such severe restrictions are there.
      I'd never written short stories before. Once I decided to try. It's for you to judge what came of it.







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(c) Translated by Krokodyl4ik


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(Short version)

Once there lived tiny greenish crocodile. When Tiny Crocodile had grown up a little it read one interesting book. It was a long story about a dragon written by Pavel Shumil. And some years later there appeared some other books created by this author. Tiny Crocodile decided to find the author's site in the Internet. And the site was found. Then Tiny Crocodile thought that it could try to translate one short story it liked and made it. That's all, folks!

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