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I read this after I read War and Peace. If I had read this in the late 1800's I would have most likely rated it higher however a large portion of the book was devoted to characters... Read morePublished 7 hours ago by Amazon Customer
Worth the long read; political commentary, social class insight, historical detail, and a well-developed world. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Marissa
Classic, if you read it seriously you will learn a lot and possibly your life will be changed for better.Published 3 days ago by Gabor
Not a light read. Requires more time and concentration than most novels. It's worth the work, but don't think this is a breezy, summertime beach book.Published 7 days ago by David Okun
A beautifully written love story.....unlike anything I have ever read before,
Cons: The names were difficult to follow.
I was thrilled to read this book as it is such a classic , I was not disappointed.Published 11 days ago by Skyann R.
A hard book to start but once you are familiar with the characters and culture it will capture you.Published 15 days ago by 8758clk
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|Which Kindle version of Anna Karenina has the best translation?||
Am also awaaiting the answer to your question
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Everyman's Library started coming out with NEW editions and they are VERY nice. Is it the new one you're asking about or an older edition? (What's the copyright on the one you're looking at?) They may have changed which translation that they used (unlikely) -- but I can assure you of one fact: I... Read More
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