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Anna Karenina (New edition)

By: Tolstoy, Leo Hughes, Jenny(Translated by) Zinovieff, Kyril(Translated by)

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1847493688 / 9781847493682
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United Kingdom
20 cm xiii, 784 pages
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Translated from the Russian Previous edition of this translation: 2008.

Leo Tolstoy's most personal novel, Anna Karenina scrutinizes fundamental ethical and theological questions through the tragic story of its eponymous heroine.

Anna is desperately pursuing a good, "moral" life, standing for honesty and sincerity.

Passion drives her to adultery, and this flies in the face of the corrupt Russian bourgeoisie.

Meanwhile, the aristocrat Konstantin Levin is struggling to reconcile reason with passion, espousing a Christian anarchism that Tolstoy himself believed in. Acclaimed by critics and readers alike, Anna Karenina presents a poignant blend of realism and lyricism that makes it one of the most perfect, enduring novels of all time.


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