Levin and Kitty talk at a card table while she scribbles with a chalk

Levin and Kitty talk at a card table while she scribbles with a chalk

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Levin and Kitty talk at a card table while she scribbles with a chalk. He is amazed that their minds  are in such perfect agreement. However badly he expresses a thought, she always understands.  Taking the chalk from her, he writes only the initial letters of his question: "When you told me it could  not be — did that mean never or then?" Pointing to the n, Kitty says, "That means 'never' but it's not  true." A few more sentences pass between them with the chalk, and then Levin writes the initials for,  "I have never ceased to love you." With this device he asks her to marry him and Kitty answers "Yes"  before he finishes writing. When the Shtcherbatskys leave. Levin feels so forlorn without her that he  can hardly await the next morning to call on them. After the dinner, Levin accompanies his brother Koznyshev to a meeting. Filled with joy, he finds 
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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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