First Love - Section 8: Chapter 10, Chapter 11 and Chapter 12 Summary & Analysis

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Section 8: Chapter 10, Chapter 11 and Chapter 12 Summary

Chapter ten shows that Vladimir's real torment begins from that moment. He keeps a secret watch over Zinaida who has obviously changed. He considers the possibilities and considers Count Malevsky as the most dangerous. No one is deceived by Vladimir's secretiveness. Dr. Looshin soon sees through Vladimir. Dr. Looshin is also altered during this time, growing more malicious. Alone in the drawing-room, Dr. Looshin chides Vladimir for constantly being at the Zasyekins' lodge when he should be studying or working. His choice is unfortunate since the atmosphere is unhealthy for a young man, according to Dr. Looshin who also sees Vladimir's heart written all over his face. Princess Zasyekin enters and complains about a toothache. When Zinaida enters, Princess Zasyekin tells Dr. Looshin to chide her for drinking iced water all day long, and Dr...

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