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1  He was afraid of sullying what his soul was brimful of.
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2  "I tell you what I think," said Stepan Arkadyevitch, smiling.
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3  he could not conceive what would become of him if he were rejected.
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4  Levin in self-defense began to describe what took place in the meetings in his district.
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5  began the princess, and from her serious and alert face, Kitty guessed what it would be.
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6  The first thing to do to set his heart at rest was to accomplish what he had come to Moscow for.
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7  The princess smiled that what was taking place just now in her soul seemed to the poor child so immense and so important.
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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  There happened to him at that instant what does happen to people when they are unexpectedly caught in something very disgraceful.
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10  "But this was just what I wanted, to find you alone," he began, not sitting down, and not looking at her, so as not to lose courage.
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11  "And I have confidence in myself when you are leaning on me," he said, but was at once panic-stricken at what he had said, and blushed.
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12  She dropped her eyes and listened, expecting what he would say, as it were beseeching him in some way or other to make her believe differently.
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13  Oblonsky had more than once experienced this extreme sense of aloofness, instead of intimacy, coming on after dinner, and he knew what to do in such cases.
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14  "I was meaning to come and see you," he said; and then, recollecting with what intention he was trying to see her, he was promptly overcome with confusion and blushed.
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15  She seemed to be pulling herself together for a few seconds, as though she did not know where she was, and what she was doing, and getting up rapidly, she moved towards the door.
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16  How often he had seen him come up to Moscow from the country where he was doing something, but what precisely Stepan Arkadyevitch could never quite make out, and indeed he took no interest in the matter.
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17  With his characteristic quickwittedness he caught the drift of each innuendo, divined whence it came, at whom and on what ground it was aimed, and that afforded him, as it always did, a certain satisfaction.
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18  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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19  But what always struck him in her as something unlooked for, was the expression of her eyes, soft, serene, and truthful, and above all, her smile, which always transported Levin to an enchanted world, where he felt himself softened and tender, as he remembered himself in some days of his early childhood.
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20  It would have struck him as absurd if he had been told that he would not get a position with the salary he required, especially as he expected nothing out of the way; he only wanted what the men of his own age and standing did get, and he was no worse qualified for performing duties of the kind than any other man.
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