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anyone!
I don't love anybody except him!
I don't want to quarrel. Please go!
Don't you see that I'm suffering?
Well, lads, friends of my youth,
we have had jolly sprees together!
Now, when shall we meet again?
I'm going abroad. Farewell!
- Let's get going!
- And where's the sable coat?
Ignatka! Go upstairs and ask for
a sable coat!
She'll come out nearly dead with
fright, wearing whatever she had on.
If you don't act fast, she'll get
cold and want to go back.
Then you wrap the coat around her
and carry her over to the sleigh.
You idiot! I said sable, didn't I?
Come on, take it. I won't miss it.
I shall demonstrate.
That's the way. See?
Giddyap!
She will be out directly.
- Will you come to the mistress?
- What mistress?
My orders are to bring you in.
Kuraghin! We've been betrayed!
Maria Dmitrievna, let me in
to see her, for God's sake!
Shameless girl! Wretched little
hussy!
A fine thing! Arranging meetings
with lovers under my roof.
Enough of those crocodile tears.
Listen to me when I speak to you.
You've disgraced yourself,
like a common girl of the streets.
I don't know what I'd have done if
I didn't feel sorry for your father.
A lucky thing for that scoundrel
that he escaped, but he'll be found.
Will you listen to what I'm saying?
Let me alone. I don't care.
I'm going to die!
Natasha!
I'm doing this for your own good.
Now lie still, I won't touch you.
What am I going to tell your father
when he comes back tomorrow?
- What if he and your fiance find out?
- I have no fiance. I've broken up.
Makes no difference. He'll find out.
Do you think he'll keep quiet?
He might even challenge that
scoundrel to a duel. What then?
Will you leave me alone?
Why did you have to meddle?
Who asked you to do that?
Just what did you expect?
Suppose he had kidnapped you?
Do you think you'd get away with it?
He's a scoundrel, that's what he is!
He's better than any of you!
Why did you have to interfere?
Oh, merciful God, why?
Sonya, why?
Will you get out?
Everyone hates me, despises me!
You are worse than a cad. You're
a scoundrel!
Why am I denying myself
the pleasure of smashing your head?
- Had you promised to marry her?
- I... I didn't think.
Well, I couldn't make any promises
because I'm married already.
Have you any letters from her?
I won't do anything to you,
don't be afraid.
I've got the letters. Now you will
have to leave Moscow by morning.
And one other thing. You'll never
breathe a word about what happened.
I know I can't prevent you from
doing so,
but if there remains in you a scrap
of human conscience...
If you must, go to women like my
wife for your diversion.
They know what you want, and
so there you're within your rights.
They're as well armed as you with
the same experience of debauchery.
But deceiving a girl whom you've
vowed to marry...
kidnapping her...
Have you never been told that
it's just as cowardly and infamous
as killing an old man or a child?
I wouldn't know and I really don't
care to know.
But you used certain words,
like cowardly and so on,
that I cannot condone
as a man of honor.
Although there are no witnesses,
still I'm not going...
You want satisfaction?
You might at least
take back your insults,
if you want me to comply
with your wishes.
I take back my words
and ask you to forgive me.
And should you need any money
for yourjourney...
What a breed you are! Mean,
sordid, heartless!
Her letters and her portrait. Would
you return them to the Countess?
She is very ill.
So she is still here?
And Prince Kuraghin?
He left long ago.
She almost died.
I'm very sorry to hear of her
illness.
I take it, Monsieur Kuraghin
did not honor her with his hand?
He couldn't marry
because he was already married.
And where might your brother-in-law
be now, if I may ask?
He left for St. Petersburg...
Actually I've no idea where he is.
You may tell Countess Rostova
she's always been and remains free,
and

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