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Quotes from Anna Karenina(V1) by Leo Tolstoy
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1  Anna spent the whole morning with Dolly and the children.
Anna Karenina(V1) By Leo Tolstoy
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2  That morning was a very full one for Alexey Alexandrovitch.
Anna Karenina(V1) By Leo Tolstoy
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3  Anna was absorbed the whole morning in preparations for her departure.
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4  Go round tomorrow morning, make an offer in due form, and God bless you.
Anna Karenina(V1) By Leo Tolstoy
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5  "Good morning," he said, smiling to the boy, who had come up to greet him.
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6  Now that he had opened his heart, he became as he had been in the morning.
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7  In the morning Konstantin Levin left Moscow, and towards evening he reached home.
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8  As he sipped his coffee, he opened a still damp morning paper, and began reading it.
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9  "Good morning, princess," said Anna Pavlovna, with an assumed smile utterly unlike her former manner.
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10  On arriving in Moscow by a morning train, Levin had put up at the house of his elder half-brother, Koznishev.
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11  Alexey Alexandrovitch had not had time to read the pamphlet through in the evening, and finished it in the morning.
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12  After the ball, early next morning, Anna Arkadyevna sent her husband a telegram that she was leaving Moscow the same day.
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13  It was a wet day; it had been raining all the morning, and the invalids, with their parasols, had flocked into the arcades.
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14  Towards morning Anna sank into a doze, sitting in her place, and when she waked it was daylight and the train was near Petersburg.
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15  To this doubt there was joined the change in her relations with the Petrovs, which had been so conspicuously and unpleasantly marked that morning.
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16  Soon after the arrival of the Shtcherbatskys there appeared in the morning crowd at the springs two persons who attracted universal and unfavorable attention.
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17  It was a lovely morning: the bright, cheerful houses with their little gardens, the sight of the red-faced, red-armed, beer-drinking German waitresses, working away merrily, did the heart good.
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18  In the morning the sun rose brilliant and quickly wore away the thin layer of ice that covered the water, and all the warm air was quivering with the steam that rose up from the quickened earth.
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19  The day of the races had been a very busy day for Alexey Alexandrovitch; but when mentally sketching out the day in the morning, he made up his mind to go to their country house to see his wife immediately after dinner, and from there to the races, which all the Court were to witness, and at which he was bound to be present.
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20  But to the prince the brightness and gaiety of the June morning, and the sound of the orchestra playing a gay waltz then in fashion, and above all, the appearance of the healthy attendants, seemed something unseemly and monstrous, in conjunction with these slowly moving, dying figures gathered together from all parts of Europe.
Anna Karenina(V1) By Leo Tolstoy
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