The illness ïîâûãíàë
A lot of remarkable about the traditions of Russian baths can be found in the novel Georgi Markov «Siberia».
Akims along with the old man Ôåäîòîì Fedotovich steam in the bath.
«Hardly Akimov undressed, his body imposed a damp heat. Sweat from the skin evenly began to slide like a worn shirt, the top layer of...» Further discusses how Aussie Fedotovich doused himself with water from áàäåéêè, then a large bucket scooped up in a barrel of water and splashed it on the stove.
«The water with a hiss at the same moment turned into a white cloud, which fiercely hit the ceiling and covered all over the bath.»
We will learn how Akimova a bath warmth that he even pulled his head into his shoulders slumped. Old same Siberian Aussie Fedotovich took his hat and gloves, which protected it from the heat of the sauna, took one of the small tubs ðàñïàðåííûé a birch broom and climbed on to the shelves.
«Ïîêðÿêèâàÿ, he flung himself on the body mercilessly...»
And in the conclusion of such a scene. Aussie Fedotovich jumped out with the bath shelf, pulled the hat and gloves, threw open the door and rushed into the snow.
«Floundering in the snow, he only slightly ïîêðÿõòûâàë, then stopped in the bath, pouring ladle in the stove and was back on the shelves. Now, the old man flung himself more careful and less often than before...
Very well! Oh, how good... The illness ïîâûãíàë! "exclaimed the Aussie Fedotovich».