who had asked him was he married and on learning that he was not, said to him: `Well, mind you don't run after other men's wives - you'd better get round your own.' These words had particularly amused Veslovsky.

`Altogether, I've enjoyed our outing awfully. And you, Levin?'

`I have, very much,' Levin said quite sincerely. It was particularly delightful to him to have got rid of the hostility he had been feeling toward Vassenka Veslovsky at home, and to feel instead the most friendly disposition to him.

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