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Stiva forgets nothing but what he wanted to: his wife
Part one very beginning
Stiva forgets he had affair after he wakes
Part one very beginning
Stiva forgets he encouraged Levin to go after Kitty and says the same exact thing to Vronsky
Part one very beginning
Stiva doesn't tell lies but he doesn't tell the truth, either. Not telling the truth is as bad as lying.
Part one very beginning but whole book
Stiva constantly forgets he has a wife and family (gallivanting)- JUST LIKE FYODOR DOSTOEVSKY.
Everywhere. FD forgets Mitya in very beginning
Belief is an actual practice, not passive: Levin and agriculture
Part two
Lying is not just lying but KNOWINGLY FALSE LISTENING: Anna does this when Karenin waits up to speak to her after the dinner party (ties in with perception as an action, honesty, and fake simplicity)
Part two beginning
Chapter as a description of how much nothing goes on- a lot of stuff goes on for such a lot of nothing
Part two chapter ten after Anna and Karenin are living together after Karenin finds out about Vronsky
Chapter with the horse race is presented twice: once for Vronsky and once for Anna, to emphasize that Anna's watching is just as important as Vronsky's riding (Karenin watching Anna watching Vronsky)
middle-end of part two, when Anna and Vronsky are very passionate and everyone is speculating
Perception as an action: Anna brutally imitates Karenin to Vronsky- this takes some hostile looking
Part four just before she tell Vronsky about her dream