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Anna Karenina

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There are as many kinds
of love, as there are hearts.”
In the nineteenth century Russian high society, the ravishing, aristocratic Anna Karenina is married to Alexey Alexandrovitch Karenin, a senior statesman, twenty years her senior. But as her passionate and restless spirit compels her, she falls in love with Count Vronsky—a young and wealthy military officer. and now, Anna wants to break away from her cold marriage.
As Karenin refuses to separate, Anna is doomed. Caught between the rigorous societal norms, laws and the Orthodox Church, she is consumed by guilt and isolation.
What becomes of Anna as she is left tormented?
With intricately crafted characters chafed between their passions and Russian mores, Anna Karenina explores the feudal Russia of that period.
Admired to date, Tolstoy regarded it as his first true novel. it has been adapted into films, operas, ballet and television and radio dramas and continues to ensnare its audience.

8 reviews for Anna Karenina

  1. Arunraj (Verified Purchase)

    This novel depicts the merits and demerits of Russian society.Dont avoid this book just because it is long.This is the best book written by Leo Tolstoy.Even he considered this book as his first realistic book

  2. Abhishek Mittal (Verified Purchase)

    This book was on my list from so long time. I’m glad i finally bought it. loved this book absolutly

  3. Nagaraj M J (Verified Purchase)

    Excellent book of the earth by greatest writer Leo Tolstoy. A must book to be read. A very nice packing and protection and immediate delivery attempted by the seller.

  4. Pankaj Marghade (Verified Purchase)

    Still reading this, as its been a hectic summer, but enjoying what I am reading. Really liking Tolstoy.

  5. Kumaraguru Dhanasamy (Verified Purchase)

    Fairly large sized fonts. Excellent binding and book quality. Easy to read. I always prefer Wordsworth for this very reason. Font size is always larger than Penguin.

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