The baby girl--_his_ child--was so sweet, and had so won Anna's heart, since she was all that was left her, that Anna rarely thought of her son.
The desire for life, waxing stronger with recovered health, was so intense, and the conditions of life were so new and pleasant, that Anna felt unpardonably happy.
The more she got to know Vronsky, the more she loved him.
She loved him for himself, and for his love for her.
Her complete ownership of him was a continual joy to her.

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