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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Quotes by Leo Tolstoy · Quotes from Anna Karenina · Quotes about love · Quotes about life · Quotes about happiness · Quotes about heart · Quotes about hate

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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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.
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.
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.
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.