align="center">精品文摘：about love 关于爱情（七）
"meanwhile the years were passing. anna alexyevna already had two children. when i arrived at the luganovitchs' the servants smiled , the children shouted that uncle pavel konstantinovitch had come, and hung on my neck; every one was overjoyed. they did not understand what was passing in my soul, and thought that i, too, was happy. every one looked on me as a noble being. and grown-ups and children alike felt that a noble being was walking about their rooms, and that gave a peculiar charm to their manner towards me, as though in my presence their life, too, was purer and more beautiful. anna alexyevna and i used to go to the theatre together, always walking there; we used to sit side by side in the stalls, our shoulders . i would take the opera-glass from her hands without a word, and feel at that minute that she was near me, that she was mine, that we could not live without each other; but by some strange , when we came out of the theatre we always said good- bye and parted as though we were strangers. goodness knows what people were about us in the town already, but there was not a word of truth in it all!
"in the latter years anna alexyevna took to going away for frequent visits to her mother or to her sister; she began to suffer from low spirits, she began to recognize that her life was spoilt and unsatisfied, and at times she did not care to see her husband nor her children. she was already being treated for neurasthenia.
- [´kɔ:djəli] ad.热诚地；亲切地 四级词汇
- [´tʌtʃiŋ] a.动人的 prep.提到 四级词汇
- [,misʌndə´stændiŋ] n.误解；隔阂 六级词汇