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Anna Karenina
Leo Tolstoy
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Anna Karenina is a respectable wife and mother when a chance encounter at the train station pulls her into passionate transgression. This unforgettable account of a good woman’s undoing, set in the glamorous whirl of czarist Russia, rivals any tabloid for glamorous scandal and the best psychology books for human insight.

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Reading this, I had a real sense of understanding why Tolstoy is the classic Russian author. It felt like you were reading Pride and Prejudice, or something like that, but everything just sounded so beautiful. Like he's writing in a different plane of being.<br/><br/>Does anyone else picture Anna as looking like Anna Karina? I can't help doing that!
 
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Very moving!
 
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Just amazing, never read a book that describes such deeply felt emotions so well
 
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A book always sits better with me once I know the main premise. This book was about relationships and he did a good job of describing them. He set the characters well against each other and was able to paint them well. Sometimes it got bogged down in it all though. It would have made a good movie - I'm sure someone has already done it.
 
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I read this C. Garnett translation simultaneously with 2 others -- the 1918 translation by Louise Maude (better) and the 2000 one by husband and wife team Richard Pevear and Larissa Volokhonsky (best). Louise and her husband Aylmer knew Tolstoy personally -- her translation cites her husband's name first, but he concentrated on translating Tostoy's non-fiction philosophical works, while Louise (who was born in Russia of a British family) worked on the fiction. Pevear and VoloKhonsky eac h prepare translations independently of one another, and then combine the best of both.-- George M
 
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an incredibly wonderful book. getting through this, and reading diligently really paid off. the whole book was amazing in that you could not only understand who the characters are (there were almost no one dimensional characters in the book) but you could also understand, and believe in, their actions and motivations. a wonderful book that gives a great perspective into everyday life, and some of the issues dealt with outside the book.<br/><br/>all in all, i strongly recommend this, if you've got the time.
 
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Love it, so far.
 
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Good, interesting, but long
 
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I wanted to read this because it is a significant part of classic literature and I have never read any Tolstoy. It was quite long but I appreciated the detail that Tolstoy put into the descriptions of, well, everything. I really identified with the character of Levin, as I'm often fighting myself on my own personal philosophy of life. I feel very accomplished that I got through the book and look forward to conquering other works by Tolstoy.
 
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There are scenes described in this book that I will forever invision. I never really wanted to read this book until I found out that I could read it on the computer while doing other things. I loved Tolstoy in the past and now I realize why his works indure.
 
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I was surprised, and delighted, by how much I loved this novel. I'm not sure what I was expecting (more bitter tragedy, perhaps?), but I found myself engrossed in this fascinating, warmly lit, and intricately woven tale of stately life in 18th century Russia. <br/><br/>The characters were drawn with such care and detail, their lives felt entirely real to me, and I experienced their lives and loves almost as if they were my own. Realistic, too, were the struggles they faced - and the grand and mundane questions that occupied them. <br/><br/>This is a novel that foreshadows so much of what was to come in Russia - and in the world - in the 20th century. War, revolution, struggles between the classes, the mechanisation of agriculture, faith and what it means to be good - all these ideas and are explored with a sort of timeless honesty. The conversations between Levin and Oblonsky could be transposed to a modern dinner party and would still seem fresh.
 
 
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I read this C. Garnett translation simultaneously with 2 others -- the 1918 translation by Louise Maude (better) and the 2000 one by husband and wife team Richard Pevear and Larissa Volokhonsky (best). I got this book from here but I reached here to the help of http://www.couponzguru.com/shopping-coupon/flipkart/ and got the discount on it.
 
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After reading this novel I've grown to like the many characters, I've especially grown to like Anna. At the beginning of the novel, I detested her but as the novel went on I grew to pity her, then to like her, and then to finally grow to respect her as a human being. Even though I know the novel is fiction, I felt there are many people like Anna. Even though I felt attached to her, I am very angry to Tolstoy to not have explored this great character a little more. Overall, It's a must read!
 
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