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Anna Karenina

Anna Karenina

  

by Leo Tolstoy

Anna Karenina Part 2, Chapter 15 Summary

  • Levin and Oblonsky go shooting.
  • Feeling happy, Levin is finally bold enough to ask if Kitty is married.
  • Oblonsky's reply—that Kitty is not married, not thinking of getting married, and is very ill and has been sent abroad—disturbs Levin.
  • Laska (Levin's dog) spies a snipe and assumes that the two men are going to miss it.
  • Both men hit the snipe, and Laska fetches it.

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