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Anna Karenina

Anna Karenina


by Leo Tolstoy

Anna Karenina Part 6, Chapter 26 Summary

  • In September, Levin moves to Moscow for Kitty's pregnancy. He has nothing to do.
  • Koznyshev prepares for the elections and invites Levin to go along.
  • Kitty secretly orders the necessary nobleman's uniform and persuades her husband to go. After all, Levin has some business to take care of regarding his sister's estate.
  • When Levin tries to resolve his sister's issues, he meets a ton of bureaucratic red tape.
  • After getting married, however, Levin has become much more patient with the suggestions of his peers.
  • For example, he's willing to give this whole election business a shot, even though he doesn't understand it and thinks it's pointless.

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