The rich and grasping peasant Enyo likes the beautiful Tzveta. He is engaged to her with the consent of his older brother Ivan and his wife Ana. Stanka is sickly hunchback girl but her father is the wealthiest man in the village. Stanka is secretly in love with Enyo. Enyo is obsessed with the thoughts of land. He breaks off his engagement to Tzveta and soon marries Stanka. With the land given to him by his father-in-law, Enyo's property expands even further. Only his brother's field cuts into it like a wedge. Enyo speaks ill of his brother. One day Enyo sees his brother in the field. Ivan sleeps under the big oak-tree that he has started to fell. Enyo lifts a large rock and throws it at the head of sleeping man. Then he cuts down the tree, which falls on Ivan. Ivan is not killed but remains crippled and weak-minded. Enyo cannot escape remorse. He becomes a hard drinker, neglects work and starts selling his land. After some time Enyo drinks away everything and dies in the house of Ivan...
Georgi Djulgerov <firstname.lastname@example.org>