Leo Tolstoy quote about love from Anna Karenina - And where love ends, hate begins.
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And where love ends, hate begins.
 Leo Tolstoy, Anna Karenina (1877). copy citation

Author Leo Tolstoy
Source Anna Karenina
Topic love hate
Date 1877
Language English
Note Translated by Constance Garnett
Weblink http://www.gutenberg.org/files/1399/1399-h/1399-h.htm


“If without loving me, from duty he'll be good and kind to me, without what I want, that's a thousand times worse than unkindness! That's—hell! And that's just how it is. For a long while now he hasn't loved me. And where love ends, hate begins. I don't know these streets at all. Hills it seems, and still houses, and houses…. And in the houses always people and people…. How many of them, no end, and all hating each other! Come, let me try and think what I want, to make me happy.” source

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