Sunday, November 30, 2008

Kak trevòga, tak do Bòga

I have a question:

In the book Comrade Don Camillo, near the very end of the story, Don Camillo hears these words:
Kak trevòga, tak do Bòga
which are later translated as:
In dire extremity, man remembers his God.
I would like to know whether that is Russian or another language, and if that translation is satisfactory - if there is a literal one I would also like to know that.

Thanks very much...


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