...Nikolai allowed himself to give his daughter a gallop around the room. Out of breath, he quickly set down the laughing girl and hugged her to his breast. His leaps reminded him of dancing, and, looking at the child's round, happy face, he thought of how she would be when he, as an old man, started taking her out, and would do the mazurka with her, as his late father used to dance the Daniel Cooper with his daughter.
-p. 1153 in P/V translation
from page 673-674, volume 2 of original text
collage, acrylic paint
Pevear/Volokhonsky translation pp. 1152-1153