Breezed through this last section. I enjoyed the scenes at Levin's, with family and friends staying with Levin and Kitty. The almost-proposal, Levin and Kitty's fights and making up. These scenes are contrasted with life at Vronsky's place in the country, which Dolly visits. Everything's lavish, Anna appears too happy (fake happy), and Dolly finds it uncomfortable. Then there's the election business, and I felt like Levin: totally clueless (but also amused). And now Anna's finally written for a divorce, but it's very clear her relationship with Vronsky is going downhill.