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War and Peace

War and Peace

  

by Leo Tolstoy

War and Peace Volume 2, Part 3, Chapter 15 Summary

  • At first the ball is a mad scene, and Natasha is overwhelmed by everything she sees.
  • But then she realizes that people are talking about her and how pretty she is, and she starts to loosen up a bit.
  • They see Pierre, his wife Helene, and Helene’s brother Anatole. Pierre is on his way over to the Rostovs with Andrei.  Natasha points Andrei out to her mom.

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