Oblomov - Ivan Goncharov

This quote was added by acidline
As he lay there he thought of his plans for improving his property. Swiftly he passed in review certain grave and fundamental schemes affecting his plough-land and its taxation; after which he elaborated a new and stricter course to be taken against laziness and vagrancy on the part of the peasantry, and then passed to sundry ideas for ordering his own life in the country.

Train on this quote

Rate this quote:
3.2 out of 5 based on 10 ratings.

Edit Text

Edit author and title

(Changes are manually reviewed)

or just leave a comment:

Test your skills, take the Typing Test.

Score (WPM) distribution for this quote. More.

Best scores for this typing test

Name WPM Accuracy
jvtechtea 111.29 97.4%
tundan 109.62 98.4%
user58947 107.68 96.2%
therobotclustr2 103.21 97.4%
alokkloks 100.46 95.2%
mariachi 98.89 96.4%
toushe_ 98.43 96.4%
him802 96.75 98.2%

Recently for

Name WPM Accuracy
apaps98 93.86 96.2%
ugly.colors 66.81 95.0%
user928501 54.14 93.1%
goat_farmer 42.85 93.5%
user489828 60.42 94.9%
user950709 31.56 96.7%
benwong17 71.99 92.9%
sanjuli86 37.20 86.4%