Part 6, Chapter 11 Summary
Veslovsky is waiting for them at the peasant hut where Levin usually stays. He has been fed and given drink by the happy peasants, and Veslovsky is still marveling at their generosity to him. The hut is filthy with the mud and stench of the marsh, but the hunters eat their tea and eat their supper with great relish. After washing, they go to the hay barn which has been readied for them. Though it is dusk, none of them is ready to sleep.
Stepan Arkadyevitch tells them about a delightful hunting trip he participated in last summer. It was lavish party hosted by a well known capitalist who made his fortune by speculation in railway stocks. Levin wonders how such people do not disgust his brother-in-law, for such...
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