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Anna Karenina

Anna Karenina

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Leo Tolstoy

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Anna Karenina Part 8, Chapter 14 Summary

  • Having found faith, Levin resolves to never quarrel with anyone again.
  • Then he fights with the first person with whom he interacts: the coachman.
  • When he gets back to the house, he learns that Kitty has taken Mitya out to the forest in order to escape the summer heat.
  • Koznyshev notes that it's about to rain.
  • Levin takes Koznyshev and Katavasov to see the beehive.
  • Despite his failure to be perfect and never fight with anyone, he still believes that his soul experienced a profound epiphany, and as he watches the bees surround him, he knows that his spiritual strength will remain intact.

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