Eventually, though against my will, they raised me their hegumen.
As a teacher and example, how unlike this hegumen was to Hilarion.
Again the hegumen paused, arrested, as it were, by a return of vindictive passion.
Sergius, did the hegumen tell you whence this calumny had origin?
Again, the gaunt fingers of the hegumen worked nervously, while his eyes averted themselves.
The hegumen will want to speak to you in the morning about what you have seen and heard to-day.
The hegumen folded his hands, and said: "Oh, the flow of mercy cannot endure forever!"
The hegumen followed next, and because of his age and infirmities a young man carried the torch for him.
"Thou art a good son, Sergius," the hegumen said, with some cheer.
In the colloquy overheard by him the chief speaker described himself a son of the hegumen of the St. James'.