Leo Tolstoy quote about love from Anna Karenina (1877) - Then she thought that life might still be happy, and how miserably she loved and hated him, and how fearfully her heart was beating.
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Then she thought that life might still be happy, and how miserably she loved and hated him, and how fearfully her heart was beating.

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Translated by Constance Garnett
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Leo Tolstoy quote about love from Anna Karenina (1877) - Then she thought that life might still be happy, and how miserably she loved and hated him, and how fearfully her heart was beating.
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