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Anna Karenina by Leo Tolstoy

by Leo Tolstoy

By Sujon HossainPublished 3 months ago 1 min read
Anna Karenina by Leo Tolstoy
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"Anna Karenina" by Leo Tolstoy is quite possibly of the most eminent work in world writing. Distributed in sequential portions from 1873 to 1877, a rambling novel dives into subjects of adoration, society, profound quality, and the human condition. The story follows the existence of Anna Karenina, a wedded blue-blood and socialite, as she sets out on an energetic undertaking with the dapper Count Vronsky. Their illegal sentiment unfurls against the background of Russian high society, uncovering the deception, intricacies, and results of their activities. In the mean time, another storyline follows the ethical battles of Konstantin Levin, a landowner who wrestles with his place in the public eye and his quest for significance throughout everyday life. Tolstoy's stunning narrating and rich person improvement have established "Anna Karenina" as an exemplary of writing, respected for its significant experiences into human instinct and society.

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