Anna Karenina Part 6, Chapter 10 Summary

Leo Tolstoy

Part 6, Chapter 10 Summary

Veslovsky drove too fast and they arrive at the marsh too early, for it is still hot. This is their primary hunting ground for the day, and Levin considers how he can free himself of Veslovsky. Stepan Arkadyevitch is thinking the same thing; and when Levin explains that they must split into two parties, he quickly says with apparent carelessness that he will go to one side and Levin and Veslovsky can go to the other. Veslovsky is excited, and Levin can do nothing but agree.

Levin is familiar with his dog’s hunting habits and tells Veslovsky to walk beside him rather than splashing through the water behind him. Since the accidental shot in the carriage, Levin feels a distinct interest in where the man’s gun is...

(The entire section is 546 words.)