Anna Karenina: Free Anna Karenina Audio Book Download by Leo Tolstoy

Anna Karenina: Free Anna Karenina Audio Book Download

byLeo Tolstoy

Kobo ebook | May 14, 2013

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Anna Karenina is the tragedy of married aristocrat and socialite Anna Karenina and her affair with the affluent Count Vronsky. The story starts when she arrives in the midst of a family broken up by her brother's unbridled womanizing—something that prefigures her own later situation, though with less tolerance for her by others.
A bachelor, Vronsky is eager to marry her if she would agree to leave her husband Karenin, a government official, but she is vulnerable to the pressures of Russian social norms, her own insecurities and Karenin's indecision. Although Vronsky and Anna go to Italy where they can be together, they have trouble making friends. Back in Russia, she is shunned, becoming further isolated and anxious, while Vronsky pursues his social life. Despite Vronsky's reassurances she grows increasingly possessive and paranoid about his imagined infidelity, fearing loss of control.
A parallel story within the novel is that of Konstantin Levin, a country landowner who desires to marry Kitty, sister to Dolly and sister-in-law to Anna's brother Oblonsky. Konstantin has to propose twice before Kitty accepts. The novel details Konstantin's difficulties managing his estate, his eventual marriage, and personal issues, until the birth of his first child.

Title:Anna Karenina: Free Anna Karenina Audio Book DownloadFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:May 14, 2013Publisher:Power Idea PublishingLanguage:English

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Rated 4 out of 5 by from Really Long Soap Opera This book is engaging. However, be ready for a really long soap opera. Basically, I see this as the Russian version of the Bronte sisters work. Nothing in common with the life of the ordinary people or ordinary problems. However, the 800+ pages can go by pretty fast if you are in the right kind of mood.
Date published: 2014-10-31
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Really Long Soap Opera I thoroughly enjoyed this! It is a really long read that required a lot of perseverance only because of the similar names that changed throughout for nicknames to formal names for each character and the change of language on occasion. Other than that it was a brilliant read! It doesn't just focus on Anna which you think it would as it is named after her but instead each character is explored to just enough depth to give the story the weight it needs to keep it constantly interesting. Relationships, politics, emotions and historical relevance make this an enthralling read that I would highly recommend.
Date published: 2014-01-22