morning he was conscious of it in himself, and conscious that in
this love he became one with her. Ah! if it had all stopped
there, at the point it had reached that night. "Yes, all that
horrible business had not yet happened on that Easter eve!" he
thought, as he sat by the window of the jurymen's room.
When he returned from church Nekhludoff broke the fast with his
aunts and took a glass of spirits and some wine, having got into
that habit while with his regiment, and when he reached his room