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Life can be said to be liken to a journey which we all are a participant traveling from one point to another The novel Anna Karenina by Leo Tolstoy follows the lives of many characters on their journey The hero of the novel Constantine Dmtrich Kstya Lvin is the voice of Leo Tolstoy he convey Tolstoys views ideas and hope for Russian society The novel was originally written and posted in separate installment over a length of time thus Levins character grows with Tolstoy This is evident as certain events unfold in chronically order simultaneously both in the book and in Tolstoys life When we first meet Levin he is at Oblonskys work interrupting a meeting inpatient and rude Without taking off his sheep-skin cap was running lightly and quickly up the worn steps of the stone staircase Unsure of kittys feelings for him Levin was nervous it is obvious that he was not confident Unlike Oblonsky Levin is socially with drawn shy and deeply frustrated by his shyness he could not bring himself to say I have come to propose to your sister-in-law By this stage love has consumed him having left Moscow once before in a hurry thinking it was impossible for her to love him Levin had the same doubts again Kitty seemed to him so perfect in every aspect so transcending everything earthly and he seemed to himself so very earthly and insignificant a creature that the possibility of his being considered worthy of her by others or by herself was to him unimaginable Levin thinks too much having much time by himself he busy his mind by imagining how the rest of the society viewed him On Kittys parents he believed that they will criticize him for not having a stable occupation or position he was no comrade or colonel Levin believed that society view his as being unsuitable for the delightful Kitty In his mind
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