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Today he was celebrating the success of his jockey. Vronsky sat at the head of the table, on his right hand sat the young governor,giubbotti moncler donna, a general of high rank. To all the rest he was the master of the province, who had solemnly opened the elections with his speech, and aroused a feeling of respect and even of awe in many people, as Vronsky saw; to Vronsky he was Katka Maslov – that had been his nickname in the Pages’ Corps – whom he felt to be shy and tried to put at ease. On the left hand sat Neviedovsky with his youthful, stubborn, and venomous countenance. With him Vronsky was simple and deferential.
And he who is joined to them must do and suffer what such menby nature do and say to one another-a suffering which is not justicebut retribution; for justice and the just are noble,alviero martini prima classe, whereasretribution is the suffering which waits upon injustice; and whether aman escape or endure this, he is miserable-in the former case, becausehe is not cured; while in the latter, he perishes in order that therest of mankind may be saved.
At each turn in his walk, especially on the parquet of the well-lit dining room, he halted and said to himself, `Yes, this I must decide and put a stop to; I must express my view of it and my decision.’ And he turned back again. `But just what shall I express? And what decision?’ he would say to himself in the drawing room – and found no answer. `But, after all,’ he asked himself before turning into the boudoir,and other ingenious men have conceived,’ what has occurred? Nothing. She was talking a long while with him. But what of that? Surely women in society can talk to whom they please. And then,comprare moncler, jealousy means debasing both her and myself,’ he soliloquized as he entered her boudoir; but this dictum, which had always had such weight with him before, had now no weight and no meaning whatsoever. And from the bedroom door he turned back again; but as he entered the dark drawing room some inner voice told him that it was not so, and that if others had noticed, it meant that there was something. And he said to himself again in the dining room: `Yes, I must decide and put a stop to it, and express my views….’ And again at the turn in the drawing room he asked himself: `Decide how?’ And again he asked inwardly: `What has occurred?’ And answered: `Nothing,’ and recollected that jealousy was a feeling insulting to his wife; but again in the drawing room he was convinced that something had happened. His thoughts, like his body, were describing a complete circle, without alighting upon anything new. He noticed this, rubbed his forehead, and sat down in her boudoir.
When she woke up next morning the first thing that rose to her mind was what she had said to her husband, and those words seemed to her so awful that she could not conceive now how she could have brought herself to utter those strange, coarse words, and could not imagine what would come of it. But the words were spoken, and Alexei Alexandrovich had gone away without saying anything. `I saw Vronsky and did not tell him. At the very instant he was going away I would have turned him back and told him, but I changed my mind, because it was strange that I had not told him the first minute. Why was it I wanted to tell him and didn’t?’ And in answer to this question a burning blush of shame spread over her face. She knew what had kept her from it, she knew that she had been ashamed. Her position, which had seemed to her simplified the night before, suddenly struck her now as not only not simple, but as absolutely hopeless. She felt terrified at the disgrace, of which she had not even thought before. Directly she thought of what her husband would do, the most terrible ideas came to her mind. She had a vision of being turned out of the house, of her shame being proclaimed to all the world. She asked herself where she should go when she was turned out of the house, and she could not find an answer.poloB1Foutlet0901ralphlauren,相关的主题文章: