Анна Каренина



Download Author Leo Tolstoy Diclofenac16.us Leo Tolstoy S Classic Story Of Doomed Love Is One Of The Most Admired Novels In World Literature Generations Of Readers Have Been Enthralled By His Magnificent Heroine, The Unhappily Married Anna Karenina, And Her Tragic Affair With Dashing Count Vronsky In Their World Frivolous Liaisons Are Commonplace, But Anna And Vronsky S Consuming Passion Makes Them A Target For Scorn And Leads To Anna S Increasing Isolation The Heartbreaking Trajectory Of Their Relationship Contrasts Sharply With The Colorful Swirl Of Friends And Family Members Who Surround Them, Especially The Newlyweds Kitty And Levin, Who Forge A Touching Bond As They Struggle To Make A Life Together Anna Karenina Is A Masterpiece Not Only Because Of The Unforgettable Woman At Its Core And The Stark Drama Of Her Fate, But Also Because It Explores And Illuminates The Deepest Questions About How To Live A Fulfilled Life.Анна Каренина

commonly Leo Tolstoy in Anglophone countries was a Russian writer who primarily wrote novels and short stories Later in life, he also wrote plays and essays His two most famous works, the novels War and Peace and Anna Karenina, are acknowledged as two of the greatest novels of all time and a pinnacle of realist fiction Many consider Tolstoy to have been one of the world s greatest novelists Tolstoy is equally known for his complicated and paradoxical persona and for his extreme moralistic and ascetic views, which he adopted after a moral crisis and spiritual awakening in the 1870s, after which he also became noted as a moral thinker and social reformer.His literal interpretation of the ethical teachings of Jesus, centering on the Sermon on the Mount, caused him in later life to become a fervent Christian anarchist and anarcho pacifist His ideas on nonviolent resistance, expressed in such works as The Kingdom of God Is Within You, were to have a profound impact on such pivotal twentieth century figures as Mohandas Gandhi and Martin Luther King, Jr.

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  • Paperback
  • 496 pages
  • Анна Каренина
  • Leo Tolstoy
  • 02 May 2018
  • 9781512372045

10 thoughts on “Анна Каренина

  1. says:

    As a daughter of a Russian literature teacher, it seems I have always known the story of Anna Karenina the love, the affair, the train the whole shebang I must have ingested the knowledge with my mother s milk, as Russians would say.My grandpa had an old print of a painting hanging in his garage A young beautiful mysterious woman sitting in a carriage in wintry Moscow and looking at the viewer through her heavy lidded eyes with a stare that combines allure and deep sadness Who s that I asked my grandpa when I was five, and without missing a beat he answered, Anna Karenina Actually, it was A Stranger by Ivan Kramskoy 1883 but for me it has always remained the mysterious and beautiful Anna Karenina, the femme fatale of Russian literature Imagine my childish glee when I saw this portrait used for the cover of this book in the edition I chose Yet, Anna Karenina is a misleading title for this hefty tome as Anna s story is just the tip of an iceberg, as half of the story is devoted to Konstantin Levin, Tolstoy s alter ego Count Leo s Russian name was Lev Lev Levin , preoccupied with Russian peasantry and its relationship to land, as well as torn over faith and his lack of it, Levin whose story continues for chapters after Anna meets her train But Anna gives the book its name, and her plight spoke to me than the philosophical dealings of an insecure and soul searching Russian landowner, and so her story...

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    In the beginning, reading Anna Karenin can feel a little like visiting Paris for the first time You ve heard a lot about the place before you go Much of what you see from the bus you recognize from pictures and movies and books You can t help but think of the great writers and artists who have been here before you You expect to like it You want to like it But you don t want to feel like you have to like it You worry a little that you won t But after a few days, you settle in, and you feel the immensity of the place opening up all around you You keep having this experience of turning a corner and finding something beautiful that you hadn t been told to expect or catching sight of something familiar from a surprising angle You start to trust the abundance of the place, and your anxieties that someone else will have eaten everything up before your arrival relax Maybe that simile reveals about me than I d like My favorite discovery was the three or four chapters out of the book s 239 devoted to, of all things, scythe mowing chapters that become a celebratory meditation on physical labor When I read those chapters, I felt temporarily cured of the need to have something happen and became as absorbed in the reading as the mowers are absorbed in their work Of course, the ...

  3. says:

    WARNING This is not a strict book review, but rather a meta review of what reading this book led to in my life Please avoid reading this if you re looking for an in depth analysis of Anna Karenina Thanks I should also mention that there is a big spoiler in here, in case you ve remained untouched by cultural osmosis, but you should read my review anyway to save yourself the trouble.I grew up believing, like most of us, that burning books was something Nazis did though, of course, burning Disco records at Shea stadium was perfectly fine I believed that burning books was only a couple of steps down from burning people in ovens, or that it was, at least, a step towards holocaust.If I heard the words burning books or book burning, I saw Gestapo, SS and SA marching around a mountainous bonfire of books in a menacingly lit square It s a scary image an image of censorship, of fear mongering, of mind control an image of evil So I never imagined that I would become a book burner That all changed the day Anna Karenina, that insufferable, whiny, pathetic, pain in the ass, finally jumped off the platform and killed herself That summer I was performing in Shakespeare in the ...

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    In lieu of a proper review of my favorite book, and in addition to the remark that it would be aptly named Konstantin Levin, I present to you the characters of Anna Karenina in a series of portraits painted by dead white men.Anna Karenina Lady Agnew of Lochnaw by John Singer Sargent Alexei Karenin Portrait of Edouard Manet by Henri Fantin Latour Alexei Vronsky Study of a Young Man by John Singer Sargent Konstantin Levin Robert Louis Stevenson and His Wife by John Singer SargentKitty Scherbatsky Portrait of Julie Manet by Pierre Auguste Renoir Stepan Arkadyick Oblonsky Monsieur Charpentier by Pierre Auguste Renoir Dolly Oblonsky...

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    Spoiler alert If you have read this book, please proceed If you are never going to read this novel be honest with yourself , then please proceed If you may read this novel, but it may be decades in the future, then please proceed Trust me, you are not going to remember, no matter how compelling a review I have written If you need Tolstoy talking points for your next cocktail party or soiree with those literary, black wearing, pseudo intellectual friends of yours, then this review will come in handy If they pin you to the board like a bug over some major plot twist, that will be because I have not shared any of those If this happens, do not despair refer them to my review I ll take the heat for you If they don t know who I am, then they are, frankly, not worth knowing Exchange them for other enlightened intellectual friends He soon felt that the fulfillment of his desires gave him only one grain of the mountain of happiness he had expected This fulfillment showed him the eternal error men make in imagining that their happiness depends on the realization of their desires Anna Arkadyevna Oblonsky married Alexei Alexandrovich Karenin, a man twenty years her s...

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    People are going to have to remember that this is the part of the review that is entirely of my own opinion and what I thought of the book, because what follows isn t entirely positive, but I hope it doesn t throw you off the book entirely and you still give it a chance Now my thoughts I picked up this book upon the advice of Oprah and her book club and my friend Kit They owe me hardcore now As does Mr Tolstoy This book was an extremely long read, not because of it s size and length necessarily, but because of it s content More often than not I found myself suddenly third a way down the page after my mind wandered off to other thoughts but I kept on reading am I the only one with the ability to do that You know, totally zoning out but continuing to read The subject I passed over though was so thoroughly boring that I didn t bother going back to re read it and it didn t affect my understanding of future events taking place later on in the book.Leo Tolstoy really enjoys tangents Constantly drifting away from the point of the book to go off on three page rants on farming methods, political policies and elections, or philosophical discussion on God Even the dialogue drifted off in that sort of manner Tolstoy constantly made detail of trifling matters, while important subjects that added to what little plot line this story had were just passed over Here is a smal...

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    Not since I read The Brothers Karamazov have I felt as directly involved in characters worlds and minds Fascinating.I was hooked on Anna Karenina from the opening section when I realized that Tolstoy was brilliantly portraying characters thoughts and motivations in all of their contradictory, complex truth However, Tolstoy s skill is not just in characterization though he is the master of that art His prose invokes such passion There were parts of the book that took my breath because I realized that what I was reading was pure feeling when we realize that Anna is no longer pushing Vronsky away, when Levin proposes to Kitty, and later when Levin thinks about death The book effectively threw a shroud over me and sucked me in I almost missed my train stop a couple of times.That being said, there were some parts that were difficult to get through I felt myself slowing down in Part VI I was back in through the remainder of the book once I hit Part VII, but I understand how the deep dive into politics and farming can be off putting Still, in those chapters Tolstoy s characters are interacting, and it s incredible to see them speak and respond to one another It s not only worth the trouble, bu...

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    Tolstoy draws a portrait of three marriages or relationships that could not be different Anna Karenina is rightly called a masterpiece Moreover Tolstoy does not spare on social socialism and describes the beginnings of communism, deals with such existential themes as birth and death and the meaning of life.Tolstoy s narrative art and his narrative charm are at the highest level He also seems like a close observer of human passions, feelings and emotions All in all I was touched by his book because it was one of the most impressive books I have ever read Kendi y celi inin y ksekli inden bana bakmas na bay l yorum Sayf 55 Belki de sahip Oldu um ...

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