Publisher Description

An Apple Books Classic edition.


“Happy families are all alike; every unhappy family is unhappy in its own way.” Thus begins what many consider the world’s greatest novel. Leo Tolstoy originally published this sweeping saga in serial form beginning in 1875, portraying a vast swath of Russian life, from the fields worked by starving peasant farmers to the sitting rooms (and bedrooms) of privileged aristocrats.


Despite its epic nature, Anna Karenina is an intricate, intimate study of one woman’s downward spiral into tragedy. As Anna’s husband becomes increasingly absorbed in philosophical and political introspection, Tolstoy’s heroine grows weary of her life as a mother and wealthy man’s wife. Increasingly unsettled by the stark class differences she observes, Anna finds passion again in a forbidden affair with Count Vronsky. But can she overcome her obsessive concern with societal norms to find a measure of happiness?


Passion. Betrayal. Love. Revenge. Tolstoy’s classic has it all.

GENRE
Fiction & Literature
RELEASED
1877
December 30
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
1,432
Pages
PUBLISHER
Public Domain
SELLER
Public Domain
SIZE
1.2
MB

Customer Reviews

Ma Yogi ,

Anna karerina

Bon, mais un peu trop long. Certains chapitres auraient pu être plus court.

TAJ - 00053637000u2 ,

ANNA KARENINA

Wow! Leo Tolstoy, a man of FEW words - NOT! (My version was 2,560 pages.) If he’d written the story using just the first names he could have shortened the tale by 200 pages at least. If someone had edited out all the unnecessary bits the story could have been cut in half. I’m a non-violent person but by page 1,000 I was hoping Anna K. would commit suicide just to shut her crazy talking up. I’ve seen some high maintenance and I’ve seen some crazy chicks - this one took the prize. The Title of the book doesn’t suit. The entire story had VASTLY more about Levin than anyone. Anna K. (Spoiler Alert!) committed suicide 200 pages before the end of the book and as an example almost ALL of those 200 pages are about or around Levin. I was glad the ordeal was over and now I can say, “I read it.” I just can’t explain why I stuck it out to the end. Would I say that it worth the read? Y-yeah, though I bought the book I’m doubtful I will pick it up a second time but I’m glad I read it.

Rev.gdh ,

Translation = FRAUD

English never YaUnkee excrement!!

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