QUOTE | FROM Leo Nikolajewitsch Tolstoi




The two girls used to meet several times a day, and every time they met, Kitty's eyes said: 'Who are you? What are you? Are you really the exquisite creature I imagine you to be? But for goodness' sake don't suppose,' her eyes added, 'that I would force my acquaintance on you, I simply admire you and like you.''I like you too, and you're very, very sweet. And I should like you better still, if I had time,' answered the eyes of the unknown girl.



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