Early one morning

Early one morning - Earlyonemorning, Panicked,, 'slifeisindanger.Laterthatevening,hissonisborn.Heis awestruck

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Early one morning, Kitty wakes her husband to inform Levin that the birth pangs have begun.  Panicked, Levin rushes to the doctor, to the pharmacist and wonders why everything seems to move  with unbearable slowness while Kitty's life is in danger. Later that evening, his son is born. He is  awestruck at the strange way of life of women, seemingly so superior and important to that of men.  He feels a sense of apprehension at his son — at this new helpless life coming from nowhere that  suddenly asserts itself as part of humanity. Oblonsky, finding his affairs in a bad way, seeks a more lucrative post. He goes to Petersburg to  connect with influential people, especially his brother-in-law Karenin. He intends to speak with Alexey  Alexandrovitch about Anna as well as about a new position. When Stiva brings up the matter of  divorce, Karenin says he will seek "guidance" and give a final answer in two days. On his way out, 
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This note was uploaded on 11/27/2011 for the course ENG 101 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '08 term at Texas State.

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