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Tolstoy thanked Druzhinin for his "overly flattering judgment" and complained to him about his well-being which had been spoiled by the bad "taste" left in his mouth by the articles in The Contemporary: "Chernyshevsky's disgracefulness, as you call it, has nauseated me all summer" ([TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] 1978, 1: 270).
In the following excerpt, al-Marghinani's text is in bold, al-'Ayni's commentary is not: Not accepting four this is an answer to al-Shafi'is's doctrine, and not accepting the testimony of four women alone [without a man] contradicts the principle of analogy because analogy stipulates the acceptance of that [since one man equals two women], but he leaves [analogy] aside so as not to let women go out often because their going out often entails exposure and disgracefulness, which is forbidden.
Moreover, his main preoccupation has not been to defend the nobility of wrong doing, but "the natural disgracefulness of suffering wrong" (7).