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by Leo Tolstoy
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The better to see you, my dear
The better to see you, my dear rated it 12 months ago
The foremost impression I'm left with, since I have the last part very present, is this literary symmetry: Anna takes about sixty pages to come in, by train, and leaves the book sixty pages from the end, also by train (yes, I know, some dark humor).Next, also with the end very present, this sense th...
elenatrintas
elenatrintas rated it 1 year ago
wow! how do one review Ana Karenjina! The best of the best! No words to describe! Read it in Russian. Or it is worth learning Russian so one is able to read Russian classics in their native tongue. Ahead of his time Tolstoy is a guru and a revolutionist and a wise man all at the same time. Did you k...
Quite the Wondering Selection
Quite the Wondering Selection rated it 2 years ago
Phew! Got it done. Interesting book at time. Just amazing to see how people from this time would love to just read all the silly musings of the upper class. I did like when Anna began to go a little crazy and finally commit suicide. Needy much? Liked Levin's questioning of faith.
Opinions of Saturn
Opinions of Saturn rated it 2 years ago
The number of times I've written this review, erased it, and completely rewrote it again from a different standpoint speaks volumes of the conflicting nature of ANNA KARENINA itself. Is it a trashy melodrama that wouldn’t be out of place on daytime television? An insightful glimpse into the economy ...
Calyre
Calyre rated it 2 years ago
- Aimez ceux qui vous haïssent... murmura Dolly.Karénine eut un sourire de mépris: ces mots qu'il ne connaissait que trop bien, ne pouvaient s'appliquer à sa situation.- On peut aimer ceux qui vous haïssent, mais non point ceux que vous haïssez. Pardonnez-moi de vous avoir troublée, à chacun suffit ...
the reading chronicles
the reading chronicles rated it 3 years ago
Considered by some to be the greatest novel ever written, Anna Karenina is Tolstoy's classic tale of love and adultery set against the backdrop of high society in Moscow and Saint Petersburg. A rich and complex masterpiece, the novel charts the disastrous course of a love affair between Anna, a beau...
Chris Blocker
Chris Blocker rated it 3 years ago
No one is probably more upset by my three-star rating than I am. I love the Russian greats. I love epic novels. I love Tolstoy. And yet, despite Anna Karenina’s status as a classic, this one only mildly worked for me. First of all, the story is great. I love the drama. Whether it be Kitty and Vronsk...
XLeptodactylous
XLeptodactylous rated it 3 years ago
Yes, but Kindle.
Teryna90 BookLover
Teryna90 BookLover rated it 3 years ago
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Helen Rena
Helen Rena rated it 4 years ago
Anna Karenina starts on a kind note: a loveless arranged marriage between a young woman named Anna and her much, much older husband starts crumbling because Anna falls in love with a young man. So yes, love between people of the same age, condemnation of arranged marriages, and all that. However, di...
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