Kitty is glad to have an opportunity to talk with her husband privately, as she had seen his face when he realized the women on the terrace were talking about something they did not want him to hear. Levin has already forgotten the incident and is simply enjoying the walk with his wife. The thought of her approaching motherhood is never far from his mind, and he only wants to hear her talk; there is a new softness and seriousness in her voice, as if she is always concentrating on “some cherished pursuit.”
Kitty tells him she loves her family but misses the quiet evenings they...
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