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"HALF" is in all caps because I was quite surprised to discover that the story of Anna only comprises about half of the book! Read morePublished 11 days ago by Amy Green
I found this book quite interesting. It's long, but exhilarating. I hope to read more books from Leo Tolstoy again.Published 18 days ago by Olubunmi Balogun
A long read and one you want to take time to think about in order to get the most out of it.Published 26 days ago by Sarah
My issue with this copy of the classic is all of the typos! I would not buy this version of Anna Karenina again.Published 1 month ago by Travis M. Gillespie
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|Which Kindle version of Anna Karenina has the best translation?||
Am also awaaiting the answer to your question
Jan 30, 2011 by RUTH LEWIS | See all 2 posts
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thats the fee for the wireless roaming...only way to get rid of it is to have an address in the states as your billing address
Jan 23, 2010 by nuts about books | See all 2 posts
|Who is the translator?||
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
Nov 5, 2009 by Patrick W. Crabtree | See all 4 posts