The passage in which Levin is returning home after a visit to Moscow is a powerful one because of the intense feelings running through his head and the constant change in mental and emotional states. This paragraph involves a variety of literary elements that make the passage so much stronger and deeper in its meaning. Levin evolves so much over this single subsection in terms of his self-awareness and constantly changing mental state. Each literary element seems to highlight and draw attention to the small details that are so often overlooked.
The use of "morning" and "evening" shows t…
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