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War and Peace

War and Peace

  

by Leo Tolstoy

War and Peace Volume 4, Part 4, Chapter 16 Summary

  • Pierre and Natasha talk a little bit about Petya.
  • Pierre realizes that he is suddenly judging everything he says and does from Natasha’s point of view.
  • Natasha starts crying and opens up about her days of taking care of Andrei after escaping Moscow. No one has ever heard this stuff before, and she feels better telling the story.
  • Natasha leaves the room, and Nikolushka (Andrei's son) comes in to say hi to Pierre.

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