Part 6, Chapter 14 Summary
At ten o’clock the next day, Levin knocks on the door to Veslovsky’s room. The man is just finishing his morning ablutions and is only wearing his underclothes. He is ashamed that the ladies are already up and asks Levin to show him his stables. After their walk, Levin escorts his guest back to the house where the ladies are sitting in the drawing room.
Veslovsky immediately finds Kitty and tells her they had a delightful time. Levin watches and says to himself that the man has to say something to his hostess, but again he fancies he sees something in the man’s smile and “all-conquering air” with which he addresses Kitty.
The old princess calls Levin over to her and begins to talk to him about...
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