In the carriage, Anna Karenina is in an even worse frame of mind than when she left home. To all her other torturous experiences is added the mortification of being an outcast, something she felt distinctly when she met Kitty. She imagines both women looking at her as something “dreadful, incomprehensible, and curious.”
Though Anna Karenina intended to confide in Dolly during her visit today, now she thinks it is a good thing she did not. Though she would have concealed it, she is sure Dolly would have felt delight that she is being punished for the happiness for which Dolly...
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