The streets are empty as Levin arrives at the Shtcherbatsky residence; it is clear everyone is still asleep. He walks back to his hotel and orders coffee in his room. He tries to drink the coffee and eat the roll he was served, but it is as if his mouth does not quite know what to do anymore. He goes back outside for a walk and reaches the Shtcherbatskys’ for the second time at nine o’clock. The family is just rising, so Levin has to endure another two hours, at least.
That entire night and morning, Levin has felt himself living perfectly unconsciously, far above the...
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