She went over all her Moscow recollections.

All were good, pleasant.

She remembered the ball, remembered Vronsky and his face of slavish adoration, remembered all her conduct with him: there was nothing shameful.

And for all that, at the same point in her memories, the feeling of shame was intensified, as though some inner voice, just at the point when she thought of Vronsky, were saying to her, "Warm, very warm, hot.

" "Well, what is it?" she said to herself resolutely, shifting her seat in the lounge.

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