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In the suspended condition of awaiting divorce

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In the suspended condition of awaiting divorce, Anna and Vronsky find their relationship at a  standstill. Both are irritable with each other: Anna feels his love is cooling, Vronsky is reproachful that  instead of her trying to ease this position he placed himself in for her sake, Anna makes it harder to  bear. Without discussing their problem, each seizes every opportunity to prove the other one wrong.  Faced with his declining love, Anna assumes his affections belong to someone else. Her jealousy  makes her quarrelsome although Vronsky remains faithful. Despite the bitterness, they enjoy brief  moments of tenderness. Their last quarrel begins when Vronsky puts off their journey back to the country because he must  see his mother about some property. Anna refuses to let him go, assuming Vronsky wants to visit the  attractive Princess Sorokin who lives with the old countess. "You will be sorry for this," she threatens 
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