23 May 2010

Amores Perros

In all likelihood [Levin] would have been considered quite a suitable match [to Kitty].  But Levin was in love, and therefore Kitty seemed to him so perfect in every respect, so transcending everything earthly, and he seemed to himself so very earthly and insignificant a creature, that the possibility of his being considered worthy of her by others or by herself was to him unimaginable. [Anna Karenina, part 1, chapter 6]
Love is indeed a bitch.

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