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Anna Karenina
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  • The dinner was as choice as the china, in which Stepan Arkadyevitch was a connoisseur.
  • Vronsky and Madame Karenina must be, Mihailov supposed, distinguished and wealthy Russians, knowing nothing about art, like all those wealthy Russians, but posing as amateurs and connoisseurs.
  • He tried to avoid meeting musical connoisseurs or talkative acquaintances, and stood looking at the floor straight before him, listening.
  • Sviazhsky, as a connoisseur in the latest mechanical improvements, appreciated everything fully.
  • Anxious to throw some light on his own perplexity from the impressions of others, Levin began to walk about, looking for connoisseurs, and was glad to see a well-known musical amateur in conversation with Pestsov, whom he knew.

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