An unnamed female landowner of a small estate just outside Pakhom’s village. A kind woman, the landowner “had always been on good terms with the peasants and had never ill-treated them,” until her newly-hired manager, the old soldier, begins to impose petty fines on Pakhom and the other peasants. When she decides to sell her land, she agrees to sell it to the local peasants based on what they can individually afford.
The Lady Landowner Quotes in How Much Land Does a Man Need?
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Chapter 2 Quotes
They met once, they met twice, but no progress was made: the Devil had set them at loggerheads and there was nothing they could agree upon. In the end they decided to buy the land in separate lots, each according to what he could afford.
The Lady Landowner Character Timeline in How Much Land Does a Man Need?
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