Anna Karenina by L.N. Tolstoy
(Penguin Classics)

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Anna Karenina is the wife of a Petersburg government minister who abandons her empty existence for a passionate relationship with a young officer, Count Vronsky. The novel also offers Tolstoy's most complete self-portrait in Levin, and the moral and religious crisis he suffers.
 

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Published July 30, 1954 by Penguin Books. 852 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction, History, Romance, Education & Reference. Fiction

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The novel, with its vast panorama of heady, complex and tragic adult emotions – Anna's aching passion, but also the touching arc of Levin and Kitty's love, and even Dolly's chaotic, overburdened domesticity – seemed to encompass everything that lay ahead of me in life.

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The novel, with its vast panorama of heady, complex and tragic adult emotions – Anna's aching passion, but also the touching arc of Levin and Kitty's love, and even Dolly's chaotic, overburdened domesticity – seemed to encompass everything that lay ahead of me in life.

Sep 01 2012 | Read Full Review of Anna Karenina (Penguin Classics)

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