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Anna Karenina

Anna Karenina

  

by Leo Tolstoy

Anna Karenina Part 6, Chapter 13 Summary

  • Levin heads back around 10 a.m., having successfully killed twenty animals. He is also pleased to find a note from Kitty.
  • This good mood lasts even though one of his horses is overdriven (thanks to Veslovsky), and there is no more food left (also thanks to Veslovsky).
  • They shoot again in the evening, and then drive home pleased with how the day has gone.
  • Levin feels no animosity towards Veslovsky, despite the way he has persistently spoiled this hunting excursion. In fact, he feels positively friendly towards Veslovsky.

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