She tells Betsy to tell Karenin everything she has told her. Vronsky has learned, earlier that day, that Anna is pregnant. Plus, Anna is in decline: she refuses to accept Karenin's offer of a divorce, she cares little for her daughter, takes morphia in order to sleep, and uses birth control for fear that Vronsky will lose interest in her if she becomes pregnant again. Provide details and share your research! He attempts to distract himself with his family and farm duties, and in this he is moderately successful. In Petersburg, Vronsky and Anna's affair is rapidly becoming common knowledge.
Levin is disillusioned that his marriage seems to consist of petty quarrels that he had once laughed at in other married couples. Outwardly at least, this will preserve the status quo. Vronsky's horse falls and breaks her back, though he himself is unhurt. Anna takes a dose of morphia and writes Vronsky a note begging his forgiveness and pleading with him to return at once. Anna unintentionally airs her feelings for Vronsky publicly when his horse collapses and is injured and she overreacts.
Finally, on the carriage ride home, Anna frankly confesses to Karenin that she loves Vronsky and hates Karenin. She has been thinking about him and seems somewhat distraught. To him Anna is just another conquest. Disgusted with the entire trip, Levin leaves Moscow. Karenin tears the card and returns home.
Vronsky had the same nightmare and is horrified. Unlike many estate owners, Levin delights in doing heavy labor on his estate. His only friend is , who encourages him to join her in her brand of emotional Christianity. Levin goes to the park. At last she agrees to write Karenin for a divorce and the couple moves to Moscow.
When Vronsky learns of the dangers presented by the officer's race, he decides to continue even though several horses and riders have died in the event. Vronsky begins to show up at all the places Anna and Betsy visit; Anna is clearly amused, but also ashamed because now all of her high society friends are starting to notice their attraction. Karenin forms an attachment to Anna's baby Anya. Karenin feeling ashamed at how he has treated Anna, begs for her forgiveness. When new information is added or updated to this record you will receive a notification. Petersburg with her older husband Alexi Karenin Jude Law , a Russian statesman, and their son Serozha. It turns out that Anna and Vronsky's mother were seatmates in the same compartment, and his mother is quite taken with Anna.
Kitty likes Varenka immensely but is nervous about meeting her. It can be implied that he is mourning his sister, or that he is indeed happy and will give up his old life as an adulterer. Vronsky feels increasingly stifled by her demands. Prospector 6 Offspring of the 1st dam Simaat Year Sex Born Breed Level Awards Family Sire CompSort This feature allows you to see the full five generation dam line with details of the Discipline, Competition level achieved, Breed Awards, and stallions produced for the dams and also details of their offspring. Meanwhile, a farmer named Levin pines for Princess Kitty, who only has eyes for Vronsky. Vronsky later tells Anna that he must be wherever she goes.
Her son, Seryozha, is absent, as Vronsky had hoped. Imagine if your cutie-pie loved their dog, but then played Frisbee with Fifi until she dropped dead? The horse also represents Anna's strength and courage while showing that she is under Vronsky's control. As Levin is plowing his field one morning he sees a carriage with Kitty, and returns to Moscow to insist to Stiva that he must marry her. Vronsky has aged many years and acts as though he is living in a mental prison. I have nothing but you now. Anna tells him of a nightmare she had concerning a dirty old peasant.
Under Oblonsky's influence, Levin not only makes peace with Vronsky but also agrees to visit Anna, whom he has never met. Petersburg, and berates him and curses him for not coming to her sooner. However, Kitty declines his offer. Anna is increasingly paranoid and dependent on Vronsky. Word has gotten to Countess Lydia that Anna and Vronsky have returned to St.