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1  I heard today that my brother Nikolay.
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2  "Your brother is here," he said, standing up.
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3  When the professor had gone, Sergey Ivanovitch turned to his brother.
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4  He felt that his brother would not look at it as he would have wished him to.
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5  And Sergey Ivanovitch took a note from under a paper-weight and handed it to his brother.
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6  Linon, and looked towards him with a smile of quiet affection, as though he were a favorite brother.
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7  And immediately he recollected his brother Nikolay and how hateful he was to have been able to forget him.
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8  I have come to look very differently and more charitably on what is called infamous since brother Nikolay has become what he is.
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9  Madame Karenina, however, did not wait for her brother, but catching sight of him she stepped out with her light, resolute step.
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10  "I have the honor of knowing your brother, Sergey Ivanovitch," said Grinevitch, holding out his slender hand with its long nails.
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11  Levin had meant to tell his brother of his determination to get married, and to ask his advice; he had indeed firmly resolved to do so.
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12  There was a struggle in his heart between the desire to forget his unhappy brother for the time, and the consciousness that it would be base to do so.
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13  He had both prepared for the university with the young Prince Shtcherbatsky, the brother of Kitty and Dolly, and had entered at the same time with him.
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14  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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15  Sergey Ivanovitch met his brother with the smile of chilly friendliness he always had for everyone, and introducing him to the professor, went on with the conversation.
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16  Vronsky had told Kitty that both he and his brother were so used to obeying their mother that they never made up their minds to any important undertaking without consulting her.
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17  Levin knew that his elder brother took little interest in farming, and only put the question in deference to him, and so he only told him about the sale of his wheat and money matters.
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18  And as soon as her brother had reached her, with a gesture that struck Vronsky by its decision and its grace, she flung her left arm around his neck, drew him rapidly to her, and kissed him warmly.
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19  Though he had a great respect for his half-brother, an author well known to all Russia, he could not endure it when people treated him not as Konstantin Levin, but as the brother of the celebrated Koznishev.
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20  This brother Nikolay was the elder brother of Konstantin Levin, and half-brother of Sergey Ivanovitch; a man utterly ruined, who had dissipated the greater part of his fortune, was living in the strangest and lowest company, and had quarreled with his brothers.
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