[SERVANT] May I present the Countess Natalya Rostova [MARY] Oh Oh, hello Won't you come in? [NATASHA] Hello (Natasha and Mary awkwardly move to a table in silence.) [MARY] And from the first glance I do not like Natasha Too fashionably dressed Frivolous and vain Her beauty, youth, and happiness My brother's love for her And my father— [BOLKONSKY] I do not wish to see her! [MARY] I know at any moment he might indulge in some freak [NATASHA] I'm sorry the Prince is still ailing [BOLKONSKY] Songstress! [NATASHA] I am not afraid of anyone But such hesitation Such unnatural manners And from the first glance I do not like Princess Mary Too plain and affected Insolent and dry I shrink into myself Assume an offhand air [MARY] Which alienates me still more [NATASHA & MARY] Constrained and strained Constrained and strained Constrained and strained Irksome Irksome (The Prince enters in his underthings.) [BOLKONSKY] Oh! [MARY] Papa! [BOLKONSKY] Oh, so this is Natasha Not much to look at Says the mean old man in his underthings I never dress for children or peasants Says the mean old man in his underthings [MARY] And he looked at her once Head to toe And left muttering [NATASHA] I must take my leave [MARY] Please wait— Dear Natalie I want you to know how glad I am my brother has found happiness [NATASHA] Is that the truth? I think it is not convenient to speak of that now Dear Princess [MARY] She said With such dignity and coldness [NATASHA] What have I said, what have I done? Crying like a child Oh, they were so awful! Oh, it all hurts so terribly Andrey Where are you?
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