64% done with War and Peace

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I love how honestly unconcerned Pierre is with anything his wife does. While she is consumed with her affairs (literally), he has more important things to worry about.

It’s too bad we don’t get anything from Vereshchagin’s point of view, or at least the people he ran with. The fact that he was willing to take the blame means there was a lot going on in Moscow: siding with the French, or resistance? Sad.