Anna Karenina Part 3
For two men who could not be more intrinsically different, Levin and Vronsky manage to show some similarities in these chapters. Both feel as if their lives have stagnated. They feel something is missing, and they grow increasingly frustrated. Levin immerses himself entirely in his land, but he knows in his heart that his life needs Kitty. Vronsky, for his part, is annoyed that Anna has not yet left her husband. He wants Anna and himself to live a happy, public life.