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War and Peace - Part 7, Chapters 7-13 Summary & Analysis

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Part 7, Chapters 7-13 Summary

"Unlce" invites Nikolai, Petya, and Natasha to stay for dinner with him, since they are far from home. They have an enjoyable evening in his cottage. "Unlce" pulls out his guitar and plays and sings Russian folk songs. Natasha dances to the Russian folk dances, bringing joy and patriotism to everyone. The Count and Countess Rostov are worried about their money. The countess thinks it will help to get Nikolai married off to an heiress, so she contacts her friend Madame Karagin in Moscow to see if she's interested in her daughter Julie marrying Nikolai. Madame Karagin agrees that it would be a fine match but that Julie must decide for herself. Sonya and Nikolai are both sad, and Nikolai doesn't pursue the marriage with Julie Karagin. Natasha receives a letter from Andrew in Rome. She has fits of depression, feeling that her...

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