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Stepan Oblonskys wife Dolly had discovered that her husband was having an affair With her beauty fading and her household a wreck she had had enough Stepan fretfully wrote to his sister Anna Karenina asking her to come to Moscow and convince Dolly not to leave him Later while working at his job in the entrenched Moscow bureaucracy Stepan received an unexpected visitor Levin an old friend from the university came to discuss Dollys sister Kitty whom he wanted to marry After being informed by Stepan that he had a rival for Kittys affections a certain Count Vronsky of St Petersburg Levin resolved that he would propose to Kitty that very night At that same moment Anna and Count Vronsky were riding together in a train bound for Moscow Vronsky noticed the charming woman as he made his way to the first-class compartment that he shared with his mother He had time to take note of the suppressed eagerness which played over her face as their eyes met and she remained in his mind However upon reaching their destination the two went their separate ways - Anna to her brothers home Vronsky and his mother to a hotel Approached by Anna Dolly at first refused to discuss her husbands infidelity Everythings lost after what has happened everythings over she raged But finally she relented to Annas plea to keep the family together Meanwhile Levin had arrived early at a dinner party hosted by the parents of Kitty and Dolly determined to make his desires known to Kitty before the appearance of the rich and handsome Count But That cannot be forgive me Kitty replied upon hearing his stammering proposal Crushed by the rejection Levin escaped from the gathering at the first opportunity A few days later at her coming-out ball Kitty couldnt help but notice how Anna and Vronsky kept gazing at each other
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