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Anna: It's the first time I've left my little boy.
Countess Vronsky: So you are leaving your son and I am returning to mine. I am Countess Vronsky. I've been in St. Petersburg for the christening of a granddaughter — my elder son married Princess Chirkov. You're a charming creature. Why don't I know you?
Anna: I've never been in Moscow society, really.
Countess Vronsky: But you know my name?
Anna: I've heard you mentioned.
Countess Vronsky: Talked about, you mean. Ah, love!
Anna: Was it love?
Countess Vronsky: Always. My sons are ashamed of me. But I'd rather end up wishing I hadn't than end up wishing I had — wouldn't you?
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