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1  That summer Levin saw this at every step.
Anna Karenina(V1) By Leo Tolstoy
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2  The crop was a splendid one, and bright, hot summer days had set in with short, dewy nights.
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3  The peasants who remained for the night in the meadow scarcely slept all the short summer night.
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4  Kitty was to be back from abroad in the middle of the summer, and bathing had been prescribed for her.
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5  As usual, too, his wife had moved for the summer to a villa out of town, while he remained in Petersburg.
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6  Konstantin Levin was very glad to have him, especially as he did not expect his brother Nikolay that summer.
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7  "Give this to the courier to be delivered to Anna Arkadyevna tomorrow at the summer villa," he said, getting up.
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8  All the rooms of the summer villa were full of porters, gardeners, and footmen going to and fro carrying out things.
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9  Kitty wrote that no prospect was so alluring as to spend the summer with Dolly at Ergushovo, full of childish associations for both of them.
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10  Princess Tverskaya was walking with Tushkevitch and a young lady, a relation, who, to the great joy of her parents in the provinces, was spending the summer with the fashionable princess.
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11  Stepan Arkadyevitch told him many interesting pieces of news; especially interesting to Levin was the news that his brother, Sergey Ivanovitch, was intending to pay him a visit in the summer.
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12  The excitement of the approaching race gained upon him as he drove further and further into the atmosphere of the races, overtaking carriages driving up from the summer villas or out of Petersburg.
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13  The fact that the children had not been at the sacrament for nearly a year worried her extremely, and with the full approval and sympathy of Marya Philimonovna she decided that this should take place now in the summer.
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14  Besides this, Konstantin Levin was not at his ease with his brother, because in summer in the country Levin was continually busy with work on the land, and the long summer day was not long enough for him to get through all he had to do, while Sergey Ivanovitch was taking a holiday.
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15  And kissing Kitty once more, without saying what was important, she stepped out courageously with the music under her arm and vanished into the twilight of the summer night, bearing away with her her secret of what was important and what gave her the calm and dignity so much to be envied.
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16  After lunch Levin was not in the same place in the string of mowers as before, but stood between the old man who had accosted him jocosely, and now invited him to be his neighbor, and a young peasant, who had only been married in the autumn, and who was mowing this summer for the first time.
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17  Darya Alexandrovna regarded staying in the country for the summer as essential for the children, especially for the little girl, who had not succeeded in regaining her strength after the scarlatina, and also as a means of escaping the petty humiliations, the little bills owing to the wood-merchant, the fishmonger, the shoemaker, which made her miserable.
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