TheFreedictionary.com says that the word "row" can mean: 3. A line of adjacent seats, as in a theater, auditorium, or classroom. or a. (chiefly Brit) a street, esp a narrow one lined with identical houses
which one is it in this context? (if any)
‘His wife a year he fondly loved His wife a—a year he—fondly loved.’ Or suddenly waking up again: ‘Walking along the crowded row He met the one he used to know.’
It is a translation of Russian, from Crime and Punishment, chapter 1. The original is "По Подьяческой пошел, // Свою прежнюю нашел."