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Anna Karenina

Anna Karenina


by Leo Tolstoy

Anna Karenina Part 1, Chapter 15 Summary

  • After the party, Kitty feels bad about the mess with Levin, but at the same time can't feel too bad because Vronsky's in her life.
  • Her parents have a raging argument about the situation. The Prince feels strongly that Vronsky isn't really in love with Kitty, whereas Levin is a man who loves Kitty.
  • He yells at his wife for all her machinations. The Princess actually begins to start having doubts.
  • They make the sign of the cross over each other and go to bed.

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