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passage
used in Anna Karenina

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Definition
a short part of a longer written work
  • "Yes, but I lay down another principle, embracing the principle of freedom," said Alexey Alexandrovitch, with emphasis on the word "embracing," and he put on his pince-nez again, so as to read the passage in which this statement was made.
    Part Seven (51% in)

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  • What harm has been done by the false interpretation of that passage!
    Part Seven (66% in)
  • "What do you want now?" he said, and went out to him in the passage.
    Part One (76% in)
  • "But one can't go on talking in the passage like this!"
    Part Five (48% in)
  • The passage at which he was utterly unable to say anything, and began fidgeting and cutting the table and swinging his chair, was where he had to repeat the patriarchs before the Flood.
    Part Five (79% in)
  • They were standing in the passage.
    Part Six (41% in)
  • Particularly sculpturesque and plastic, so to say, and richly colored is that passage where you feel Cordelia's approach, where woman, das ewig Weibliche, enters into conflict with fate.
    Part Seven (15% in)
  • And turning over the beautifully written, wide-margined manuscript, Alexey Alexandrovitch read aloud over again the conclusive passage.
    Part Seven (51% in)
  • Come, that's good!" he said, pointing to the boxes in the passage.
    Part Seven (73% in)
  • " 'I bring not peace, but a sword,' says Christ," Sergey Ivanovitch rejoined for his part, quoting as simply as though it were the easiest thing to understand the very passage that had always puzzled Levin most.
    Part Eight (84% in)

There are no more uses of "passage" in Anna Karenina.

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