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I think Vronsky was sincere, but because he was unmarried it was different. Tom Send a noteboard - 31/10/2011 02:27:45 PM
Vronsky generally comes across as an honorable person, and his dedication to Anna was unwavering, even when she went completely off the deep end. I also noticed that he was accepted back into society after he and Anna returned, as long as she wasn't with him.
Political correctness is the pettiest form of casuistry.

ἡ δὲ κἀκ τριῶν τρυπημάτων ἐργαζομένη ἐνεκάλει τῇ φύσει, δυσφορουμένη, ὅτι δὴ μὴ καὶ τοὺς τιτθοὺς αὐτῇ εὐρύτερον ἢ νῦν εἰσι τρυπώη, ὅπως καὶ ἄλλην ἐνταῦθα μίξιν ἐπιτεχνᾶσθαι δυνατὴ εἴη. – Procopius

Ummaka qinnassa nīk!

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