Part 7, Chapter 27 Summary
Anna Karenina stands at the window and watches Vronsky leave. She tells herself he is gone and their relationship is over; her heart grows cold and she sees the shadows of death. These images are so terrifying that she is afraid of being alone and rings the bell for a servant. Without waiting for him to get there, she runs out to meet him and asks where the count has gone. The servant tells her Vronsky has gone to the stable but left word that if she cared to go out today the carriage would be back immediately.
She writes a note telling Vronsky she was wrong and he must come home to her immediately and has it delivered to him at the stable. Once the servant leaves on his errand, Anna Karenina is again afraid of being...
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