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    Anna Karenina

    What an amazing book, I felt that I knew each character so well, my sympathy with Levin grew throughout the book. Tolstoy describes brilliantly Anna's state of mind at the end and I felt her suffering while at the same time I was empathising with Vronsky. While the book seems to have taken me forever to read I will miss reading it and it's descriptions which created such images in my mind and, at times I felt I could feel and smell what was going on!
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    Embodiment of Life

    This is a complicated read for the average reader, but a wonderful read for the avid reader! Full of the embodiment of life on different levels, life cherished as well as regretted. Wonderful descriptions of the people and places therein. Take your time reading this book! It was hard to put down at times and a good read! Also great descriptions in Russian politics, social casts, the drama of love, and the questioning of the inevitable. This is a soul seeking book!
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    Anna Karenina

    This is one of the greatest novels of the 19th century. It contains passages that leave you knowing you are reading something that will always be in print. When we venture out with The peasants to cut the wheat we are there. The story is still being told. Anna is ruined by her choices. Before you see the latest film adaptation read the book. You won't be sorry you did.
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    Anna Karenina

    Tolstoy's magnificent romp through Russian aristocracy as of the mid nineteenth century. The characters in this tome seem to do everything possible to maintain a comfortable mediocrity in their dealings with their underlings and each other. They debate and drink gallons of tea with no real effect on anyone, including each other. No real empathy from anyone, and this is brought on home to Anna especially. It's no wonder that theses attitudes of theirs brought on the Russian revolution. In my opinion Tolstoy could see this dangerous future, and in this book there are predictions of things to come. A great read!
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    a women's stuiggle - classic

    If you like crazy sad endings and classic women rights with flare for emotional distress - you'll enjoy it.
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