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1  "Oh, nothing," responded Oblonsky.
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2  Oblonsky noticed this at once, and smiled.
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3  Levin frowned, shook hands coldly, and at once turned to Oblonsky.
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4  Oblonsky could not restrain a slight mocking smile at the sight of Levin.
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5  "Well, show the person up at once," said Oblonsky, frowning with vexation.
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6  Levin was almost of the same age as Oblonsky; their intimacy did not rest merely on champagne.
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7  "But I would advise you to settle the thing as soon as may be," pursued Oblonsky, filling up his glass.
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8  In his student days he had all but been in love with the eldest, Dolly, but she was soon married to Oblonsky.
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9  And it was so strange to see this sensible, manly face in such a childish plight, that Oblonsky left off looking at him.
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10  He remembered his brother Nikolay, and felt ashamed and sore, and he scowled; but Oblonsky began speaking of a subject which at once drew his attention.
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11  But the difference was that Oblonsky, as he was doing the same as every one did, laughed complacently and good-humoredly, while Levin laughed without complacency and sometimes angrily.
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12  Oblonsky took off his overcoat, and with his hat over one ear walked into the dining room, giving directions to the Tatar waiters, who were clustered about him in evening coats, bearing napkins.
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13  When Levin went into the restaurant with Oblonsky, he could not help noticing a certain peculiarity of expression, as it were, a restrained radiance, about the face and whole figure of Stepan Arkadyevitch.
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14  Levin was not a disreputable chum, but Oblonsky, with his ready tact, felt that Levin fancied he might not care to show his intimacy with him before his subordinates, and so he made haste to take him off into his room.
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15  When Oblonsky asked Levin what had brought him to town, Levin blushed, and was furious with himself for blushing, because he could not answer, "I have come to make your sister-in-law an offer," though that was precisely what he had come for.
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16  Consequently the distributors of earthly blessings in the shape of places, rents, shares, and such, were all his friends, and could not overlook one of their own set; and Oblonsky had no need to make any special exertion to get a lucrative post.
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17  A secretary came in, with respectful familiarity and the modest consciousness, characteristic of every secretary, of superiority to his chief in the knowledge of their business; he went up to Oblonsky with some papers, and began, under pretense of asking a question, to explain some objection.
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