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Anna Karenina by Leo Tolstoy
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Sep 01, 2008

it was amazing

THis is one of the most brilliant novels ever written. I did admire Anna, who left
her husband and son to be with the man she loved. They found real passion, but
they could not live outside of their society. The Russian society destroys Anna,
and so she is a heroine who fails, but that is her tragedy. In contrast, the story
of Levin and Kitty is a love story that succeeds. In one novel we find a happy marriage
and a doomed love affair.

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