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Konstantin Dmitrievich Levin, in a way or the other, is a self-portrait of the author Tolstoy himself. So, your question if Levin would have Oblonsky as his friend in real life seems answerable. In Part 1, Chapter 5, it is mentioned that Levin and Oblosnky were childhood friends, Levin comes to Oblonsky’s office, interrupting a council meeting. Levin and ...


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It was Tatyana's nanya, who said that she was forced to marry at 13 and her husband was even younger. Nanya was a serf. Vladimir, Tatiana, and Olga grew up playing together, and Lenskiy constantly refers to that happy time in his life. All three have to be about the same age. There is little difference in age between Tatyana and Olga, so all three are ...


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