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Anna Karenina by Leo Tolstoy
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May 07, 2010

First I really appreciate Tolstoy's brilliant mind after this book. The book I read is 541 pages but I cannot find that book.
First I want to write about Anna's husband. Maybe he seems too cruel by seperating Anna and her son;however I would do the same thing If my husband cheat me. I all appreciate his acts. Morever, I think he is much better than Anna's affair. He certainly respects Anna.
Second point is Anna's son. Anna wants to die because of her son, yet I cannot believe exactly she loves her son. If she loves him, a mother cannot leave his son for a affair. In my opinion he never be happy.

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