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Anna Karenina
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  • "Idiotic woman!" he said to himself, sat down to the table, and, opening a portfolio, he set to work at once with peculiar fervor at a sketch he had begun.
  • Never did he work with such fervor and success as when things went ill with him, and especially when he quarreled with his wife.
  • Alexey Alexandrovitch had disliked this new enthusiastic fervor.
  • He began to look at his picture with all his own full artist vision, and was soon in that mood of conviction of the perfectibility, and so of the significance, of his picture—a conviction essential to the most intense fervor, excluding all other interests—in which alone he could work.
  • Although there was in these words a flavor of that sentimental emotion at her own lofty feelings, and that new mystical fervor which had lately gained ground in Petersburg, and which seemed to Alexey Alexandrovitch disproportionate, still it was pleasant to him to hear this now.

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  • The speaker roused to a patriotic fervor.

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