Anna Karenina 9.4分
读书笔记 We need to talk about love, even during marriage
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1. Anna

"I hate your calm. You ought not to have brought me to this. If you had loved me…" "Anna! How does the question of my love come in?" "Oh, if you loved me, as I love, if you were tortured as I am!…" she said, looking at him with an expression of terror.

2. Karenin

"He that is unmarried careth for the things that belong to the Lord, how he may please the Lord: But he that is married careth for the things that are of the world, how he may please his wife," says the Apostle Paul, and Alexey Alexandrovitch, who was now guided in every action by Scripture, often recalled this text.

3. Vronsky

In any case I can give up anything for her, but not my masculine independence," he thought.

4. About Levin’s brother

"You think he can't fall in love," said Kitty, translating into her own language." It's not so much that he can't fall in love," Levin said, smiling, "but he has not the weakness necessary…. I've always envied him, and even now, when I'm so happy, I still envy him." "You envy him for not being able to fall in love?" "I envy him for being better than I," said Levin. "He does not live for himself. His whole life is subordinated to his duty. And that's why he can be calm and contented." "And you?" Kitty asked, with an ironical and loving smile.

5. Dolly

I ought then to have cast off my husband and have begun my life fresh. I might have loved and have been loved in reality. And is it any better as it is? I don't respect him. He's necessary to me," she thought about her husband, "and I put up with him. Is that any better? At that time I could still have been admired, I had beauty left me still," Darya Alexandrovna pursued her thoughts, and she would have liked to look at herself in the looking glass.

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