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Tolstoys best. I read Anna many years ago and she is still with me. A great intri to nineteenth century literature. Read morePublished 10 hours ago by Lois Eynon
Long book. Good ending. Not worth the read
Interesting look at the role of women and the aristocracy vs peasant roles In Russian society in the 1800's. Compelling but arduous
it is the best book i ever read . rjsgyfjtdhyd g tgkf fjsfb hfkg hhlhg jhg jhhh hfdniac jr h wPublished 3 days ago by SHRIDHAR KULAI
Yes I t is a great book. No one seems able to characterize like Tolstoy. Great insights into humanity and relationships and philosophy.Published 9 days ago by LindsayLou
One of Leo Tolstoy's best-known novels. Well up to his high standard of use of language to capture the essence Russian culture of that time.
A satisfying read.
I thoroughly enjoyed it. The characters are very real and the story takes you back in time.Published 12 days ago by Ingrid
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|Which Kindle version of Anna Karenina has the best translation?||
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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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