by Leo Tolstoy
Anna Karenina Part 2, Chapter 23 Summary
- Anna refuses to acknowledge the position in which she finds herself.
- She's not thrilled with the idea of running away with Vronsky, primarily because she doesn't want her son to have a mother who left his father.
- Anna hears Seryozha coming back.
- Anna kisses Vronsky good-bye, tells him to come over at one in the morning, and then runs off to meet her son.