Anna Karenina
Anna Karenina
by Leo Tolstoy
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Anna Karenina Part 1, Chapter 4 Summary

  • Dolly is in the midst of packing, but even so, she loves her husband and considers it impossible to leave him.
  • Dolly is angry, sad, and stressed. Her husband, on the other hand, appears cheerful, healthy, and happy.
  • Oblonsky keeps asking her to forgive him, but Dolly realizes that he pities her and doesn't truly love her.
  • This angers her and she tells him to scram.
  • Oblonsky leaves the house, and Dolly busies herself by taking care of the children's clothes and figuring out where to get fresh milk.

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