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Anna Karenina

Anna Karenina

  

by Leo Tolstoy

Anna Karenina Part 7, Chapter 7 Summary

  • Levin meets up with his friends at the club. Old Prince Shcherbatsky, Koznyshev, and Vronsky are there. Levin sits with Turovtsyn. Oblonsky is late.
  • They all have a merry time eating, drinking, and talking about things like racehorses. They joke lightly.
  • Levin feels very kindly disposed towards Vronsky. He talks to Vronsky about cattle breeds and is glad that he feels no hostility towards Vronsky (as his former rival for Kitty's hand in marriage).

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