War and Peace Volume 2, Part 3, Chapter 19 Summary
Andrei goes to visit the Rostovs. He kind of owes them a visit, since it’s the polite thing to do.
He totally loves them. And it makes sense – they are the most normal and loving family in the novel.
Andrei is now really into Natasha. She seems special and amazing to him.
When she plays and sings for him after dinner (back before TV, the daughters of a family were expected to entertain guests with their musical stylings), he almost cries.
That night Andrei can’t sleep. He stays up dreaming about his future and not quite realizing that he’s butt-crazy in love with Natasha. Or, you know, as in love as anyone can be after meeting someone twice.