Anna Karenina

Anna Karenina

by

Leo Tolstoy

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Anna Karenina: Part 4, Chapter 11 Summary & Analysis

Summary
Analysis
Meanwhile, Kitty and Levin have their own conversation, though the general one should have interested them. Levin says that he saw her the year before in a carriage; they discuss a society man who helped Dolly when her children had scarlet fever.
Levin and Kitty are engrossed in their own little world. Though they make conversation, they are more wrapped up in the fact of being together than in what they’re talking about.
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