Anna Karenina

Anna Karenina

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Anna Karenina Part 6, Chapter 13 Summary & Analysis

Summary
Analysis
After a successful early morning hunt, Levin returns to camp, very pleased with his success; his pleasure is underscored when he discovers that a note from Kitty awaits. Levin remains cheerful even though Veslovsky has overstrained the horses and eaten all the food. Veslovsky remains in a cheery mood, and despite everything, Levin feels quite friendly toward Veslovsky.
Levin always projects his own moods onto the landscape. When Levin is happy, the whole world appears cheerful; when Levin is glum, everyone seems to be turned against him. Even though Veslovsky makes the same types of mistakes today as yesterday, Levin has had a good morning, so he is inclined to think benevolently of all those around him.
Themes
Marriage and Family Life  Theme Icon
Physical Activity and Movement Theme Icon
Farming and Rural Life Theme Icon
Compassion and Forgiveness Theme Icon