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1  Anna had the faculty of blushing.
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2  "One thing I would say," began Anna.
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3  Anna took the tray, and then pushed it away from her.
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4  Kitty perceived that Anna knew what answer would follow.
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5  Anna spent the whole morning with Dolly and the children.
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6  "And, after all, Anna is in no wise to blame," thought Dolly.
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7  "No," Dolly was beginning, but Anna cut her short, kissing her hand once more.
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8  Anna was not like a fashionable lady, nor the mother of a boy of eight years old.
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9  "Come, come, as we were sitting before," said Anna Arkadyevna, sitting down in her place.
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10  "Arrange everything with Darya in the sitting room for Anna Arkadyevna," he said to Matvey when he came in.
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11  Dolly looked coldly at Anna; she was waiting now for phrases of conventional sympathy, but Anna said nothing of the sort.
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12  Anna could think of nothing, but her heart responded instantly to each word, to each change of expression of her sister-in-law.
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13  After dinner, when Dolly went away to her own room, Anna rose quickly and went up to her brother, who was just lighting a cigar.
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14  Still she did not forget that Anna, her sister-in-law, was the wife of one of the most important personages in Petersburg, and was a Petersburg grande dame.
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15  "Yes, I can," said Anna, thinking a moment; and grasping the position in her thought and weighing it in her inner balance, she added: "Yes, I can, I can, I can."
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16  Kitty felt that Anna was perfectly simple and was concealing nothing, but that she had another higher world of interests inaccessible to her, complex and poetic.
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17  "No, my dear, for me there are no balls now where one enjoys oneself," said Anna, and Kitty detected in her eyes that mysterious world which was not open to her.
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18  When Anna went into the room, Dolly was sitting in the little drawing-room with a white-headed fat little boy, already like his father, giving him a lesson in French reading.
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19  "Matvey, my sister Anna Arkadyevna will be here tomorrow," he said, checking for a minute the sleek, plump hand of the barber, cutting a pink path through his long, curly whiskers.
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20  She knew that in one way or another she would tell Anna everything, and she was alternately glad at the thought of speaking freely, and angry at the necessity of speaking of her humiliation with her, his sister, and of hearing her ready-made phrases of good advice and comfort.
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