Otrepiev was shaken by the Tsar's manner, by the ferocity of his mien.
The problem that so long had plagued the Tsar was solved at last.
Then the Tsar bade them take him to the watch-house and put him among the guards.
Then the little Tsar rose upon his feet, stretched himself, and yawned.
And at night-time the little Tsar went to lie down and the tooth killed him.
And at dawn of day crowds of people, with the Tsar at the head of them, came to the church.
Then the Tsar rejoiced greatly, and embraced both him and her.
And the Tsar asked her, saying, “Wherefore art thou so sorrowful?”
But the Tsar watched her, and saw that she was sorrowful, and there was no help for it.
The Tsar met him, and bought all his boards, and when they split them in pieces, lo!