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Anna Karenina
Anna Karenina | Lev Tolstoj
L'originale infedele alla traduzione. Jorge Luis Borges Come opera d'arte, Anna Karenina la perfezione e nulla pu esserle paragonato. Fdor Dostoevskij Un'opera cos felice, cos avvincente, cos unitaria e perfetta nel grande come nel piccolo. Thomas Mann Il capolavoro assoluto del XIX secolo. Il picco massimo della perfezione creativa di Tolstoj. Vladimir Nabokov Anna Karenina uno dei libri pi perfetti che siano mai stati concepiti. E coloro che sanno in che modo Tolstoj lo scrisse - un lavoro incessante di revisioni, correzioni e limature - sanno anche che scritto con estrema cura. Orhan Pamuk
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harper.pixie
Anna Karenina | Leo Tolstoy
Mehso-so

A classic Russian novel. Tolstoy when he‘s out of his comfort zone is far more interesting. Not quite as wonderful and earth shaking as Lolita, but it‘s certainly well written and a fun read. The kind of book you can read over a few months next to your bed.

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HettyG
Anna Karenina | Leo Tolstoy
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I just don‘t know about this y‘all. I am on part 2 and somehow still have 23 hours left. In confusion I thought to check the chapter list because how many parts can a novel have and it has EIGHT PARTS people! And I mean, the story is charming? And the characters lively and entertaining? Still…. Eight parts, man…. That‘s a lot of parts.

StaceGhost I‘ve never stopped thinking about this book! 2mo
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HettyG
Anna Karenina | Leo Tolstoy
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I have 28 hours of driving coming up, so I‘m trying Anna Karenina again, I feel like I‘ve tried it before but now I don‘t really remember why I bailed, but if I remember I‘ll be sure to quit on it again, but this time I‘ll record why on here 😆

Ericalambbrown I have never made it through this due to gratuitous depression 😂 2mo
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Ast_Arslan
Anna Karenina | Leo Tolstoy
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#Two4Tuesday @TheSpineView
@TheNeverendingTBR Thanks for the tag 😘

1. Yes, I do. I have a TBR dedicated to classic 🤣
2. Anna Karenina and Madame Bovary will be next 🤟🏻

TheNeverendingTBR We need to get a readalong going 🙋 4mo
Ast_Arslan @TheNeverendingTBR I'll tell you once I will finish the current one! 4mo
TheSpineView On my list also. Thanks for playing! 4mo
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roronoazoro
Anna Karenina | Leo Tolstoy
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It‘s not a bad book but the story got really slow and boring in a lot of chapters imo.
I really enjoyed Kitty and Levin‘s love story, probably my favorite part.
Anna‘s story was heartbreaking she made a lot of mistakes but she was still a victim to society and it got into her head so bad to a point where she had no faith or hope in anyone anymore.
Overall the book was beautifully written and talks about themes that are relevant to this day.

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roronoazoro
Anna Karenina | Leo Tolstoy

“my whole life, independently of anything that may happen to me, is every moment of it no longer meaningless as it was before, but has an unquestionable meaning of goodness with which I have the power to invest it.”

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roronoazoro
Anna Karenina | Leo Tolstoy

“Levin kissed her carefully on her smiling lips, offered his arm, and with a feeling of strange closeness led her out of the church. He could not believe it was all true, and only realized it when their surprised and timid glances met and he felt that they were already one.”

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roronoazoro
Anna Karenina | Leo Tolstoy

“He seized the chalk with nervous, trembling fingers, broke
it, and wrote the initial letters of the following: 'I have
nothing to forget or forgive, I never ceased to love you.”

This chalk episode and confession between Kitty and Levin might be my favorite from this book, it was very beautiful and pure.

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roronoazoro
Anna Karenina | Leo Tolstoy

“Not only in that room but in the whole world there existed for him nothing but Kitty and himself; and he had now acquired a great significance and importance.”

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roronoazoro
Anna Karenina | Leo Tolstoy

“She was frightened, shy, shamefaced, and therefore even more charming. She saw him as soon as he entered. She had been waiting for him. She was filled with joy, and that joy made her feel so confused that for a moment when, as he was approaching the hostess, he again glanced at her, Kitty herself, he, and Dolly all thought she would not be able to control herself but would burst into tears.”

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roronoazoro
Anna Karenina | Leo Tolstoy

“Now, when he heard that she was here, he was suddenly filled with such joy and at the same time with such fear, that it took away his breath and he could not utter what he wished to say.”

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roronoazoro
Anna Karenina | Leo Tolstoy

“At the very moment when this vision was about to disappear, her candid eyes fell on him. She recognized him and joyful surprise lit up her face. He could not be mistaken. There were no other eyes in the world like them. In the whole world there was only one being able to unite in itself the universe and the meaning of life for him. It was Kitty.”

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zurazureen
Anna Karenina | Leo Tolstoy
Pickpick

Story about love and sacrifices

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lost.in.the.words
Anna Karenina | Leo Tolstoy
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Tale told again and again and again throughout history, but none as good as Tolstoy has.

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Mccall0113
Anna Karenina | Leo Tolstoi
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My goal is to keep up with AK buddy read and finish Song of Achilles. And possibly work on Star Mother. #joyousjanuary #readathon

tpixie That‘s great you are reading AK! and going to school! I‘m waiting to retire to read it! Lol 😂 hopefully by that time my brain can still remember what I‘ve read 300 pages before!!! I liked Song of Achilles and Circe. 5mo
Andrew65 Good luck 😊👍 5mo
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Mccall0113
Anna Karenina | Lev Tolstoj
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I‘m going in! May not come out for weeks. Check@out this card!

ChaoticMissAdventures I read this for fun in college and loved it! It is dense my biggest tip is to write your own character list, there are SO many names! 5mo
EclecticBookLover Good luck! I have yet to get through this one. I'm determined to one day! 5mo
Kristin_Reads Love AK! I would be tempted to keep that card! 5mo
Jensol77 The good old days of a library card. 5mo
Tamra This was an immersive read so the length was no problem! 5mo
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Christyco125
Anna Karenina | Leo Tolstoy
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Bailedbailed

I don‘t know if it‘s Maggie Gyllenaal or the story but I can go no further. With 25h 39m to go, I‘m throwing in the towel (for now). This is going on the #DNF pile of maybe, I‘ll come back to it. #audio #christyread #audible

SRWCF Bummer! I loved the book when I read it. 6mo
marleed I almost picked up this book thrifting last week, but decided I didn‘t want to put that reading pressure on myself when Dr Zhivago still sits unread on my shelves! 6mo
Christyco125 @SRWCF I may give it another shot either as a physical book or with a different voice actor. This one just dragged on. 6mo
SRWCF @Christyco125 I can see how this book could be boring as an audio book. It wasn't an easy read for me. Before starting the book, I went online and found a list of characters in order to keep them straight since I wasn't familiar with Russian names. I printed out the list and kept it with me at all times. I think that helped me to follow the story better. I hope you give it another chance. 🙂 6mo
DivineDiana Agree with @SRWCF. I also had a printed list of characters. The book is wonderful! I hope you give it another chance in print! 5mo
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MissLiteraryAli
Anna Karenina | Leo Tolstoy
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Anna read and understood, but it was unpleasant for her to read, that is, to follow the reflection of other people‘s lives. She wanted too much to live herself.

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Emilymdxn
Anna Karenina | Leo Tolstoy
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I was late deciding on my #12booksof2021 so I decided to present it to you in two parts rather than 12. Here is January to June! June was the month i finished reading the whole Sandman series so I‘m listing it as 1 thing since I could never choose between all the books, I love them all far too much. @Andrew65

Andrew65 Some good choices. 6mo
Liz_M What a fantastic selection! Magic Mountain was especially poignant to read during covid times, I thought. And the Pessoa is lovely! 6mo
Graywacke What @Liz_M said except that I haven‘t read Pessoa. What a great six months of reading! 6mo
batsy Love Disquiet, Anna Karenina, and Sandman! The Plague and Magic Mountain high on the TBR. 6mo
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aliyah.__2004
Anna Karenina | Tolstoy, Leo

"if it is true that there are as many kinds of brains as there are heads then it is also true that there are as many kinds of love as there are hearts."
-Leo Tolstoy

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rachelk
Anna Karenina | Leo Tolstoy
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I avoided this book because I thought it would be difficult. It‘s not. Tolstoy is brilliant but straightforward with his transcendent story of love, betrayal, family and social class. I wish I‘d read it sooner. ♥️

JamieArc I had the same experience. It was much more readable than I expected and really enjoyed it. 6mo
rachelk @JamieArc Yes! I found Tolstoy so accessible I‘m thinking of tackling War and Peace next year. 🤓 (edited) 6mo
DivineDiana Agree! I thank Oprah for encouraging her Book Club to challenge themselves! 6mo
rachelk @DivineDiana I read that Oprah said, “Don‘t be scared” and she was absolutely right. 6mo
DivineDiana How I love that Oprah shares and promotes the love of books! ❤️👏🏻📚 6mo
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TheSpineView
Anna Karenina | Leo Tolstoy
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Klou Brilliant! 6mo
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Ast_Arslan
Anna Karenina | Leon Tolstoi
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My 2022 TBR 🤟🏻🤟🏻
Only 7 books but they're massive 😂 6.299 pages total ❤

From top to bottom

1. L'orda del vento - Alain Damasio
2. A little life - Hanya Yanagihara
3. From here to eternity - James Jones
4. Anna Karenina - Lev Tolstoj
5. Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell - Susanna Clarke
6. Winter's Tale - Mark Helprin
7. The priory of the orange tree - Samantha Shannon

Did you read any of these? Did you like them?

night_shift 😲 the year of chunksters! I haven't read any of these but A Little Life and The Priory of the Orange Tree have been collecting dust on my shelf. Really need to get them read. Anyway, good luck! 7mo
Ast_Arslan @UnidragonFrag same of these are in the shelf from years, so I easily relate to you 😂😅 7mo
night_shift @Ast_Arslan there's just so many other good books to read! It really is endless 🥲 7mo
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HollyBolly Oh boy! Good luck! 7mo
Ast_Arslan @HollyBolly thank you 😂🧡 7mo
Ast_Arslan @UnidragonFrag and more have to come 😱 that's truly endless 7mo
RaeLovesToRead A little life is incredible but full of pain and suffering. I also have priory of the orange tree, Anna karenina and norrell and strange on my to read list. Not sure whether I'll get to them in 2022 though - it took me 18 months to read War & Peace! 7mo
Ast_Arslan @RaeLovesToRead a lot of people told me the same about A little life that's why I can't wait to read it 😂 Don't say that, you scare me 😂 I have War & Peace in my list since childhood 😂 7mo
RaeLovesToRead 😄 despite the pain and suffering, it is one of those books that you never forget! 7mo
AnneCecilie I‘ve read A Little Life, Anna Karenina + Norrell and Strange. I‘ve loved them love. 7mo
Ruthiella I love long books because you really LIVE them as a reader! I loved Jonathan Strange and Mr. Norell. I‘ve also read Anna Karenina and From Here To Eternity, both of which I appreciated, but occasionally found challenging. (edited) 7mo
Bookwomble I've only read Jonathan Strange from your list, which I really enjoyed. 7mo
Ast_Arslan @AnneCecilie @Ruthiella @Bookwomble I hope to love it too ❤ thanks for the recommendation 7mo
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StaceGhost
Anna Karenina | Leon Tolstoi
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Pickpick

Almost time for my annual rereading of sad Russians to truly set off the winter chill ❤️🤓💀

Yuki_Onna Loool! 😂😂😂 I guess I'm of French/Russian origin, then... 😆 7mo
SamanthaMarie This is hysterical 7mo
StaceGhost @Yuki_Onna hahaha! Yes! What a great combination & I know @SamanthaMarie my fellow book nerd sent it to me lol he‘s a Russian for sure 7mo
slategreyskies Oh my god, I‘m dying!! 🤣🤣🤣 7mo
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LapReader
Anna Karenina | Leo Tolstoy
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Mehso-so

This is the Little Free Library I hike up the hill to of a Wednes. It‘s the only weeknight I‘m not training for my ballet exam so it‘s like a midweek break. I really look forward to my Wednesdays & enjoy a wine & a read with my stretch after my walk. I also usually go to bed as the sun sets with a pot of tea & a book. I finally start to recover from the weekend before the most tiring part of my week. Not long now before I‘m on school summer hols.

SamanthaMarie This is such a cute LFL!! It sounds like things are pretty exhausting right now. I'm so sorry! I'm glad you have that one night a week to be cozy. 7mo
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Martta
Anna Karenina | Tolstoy, Leo
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These are so beautiful! Saw these in a bookstore in Tallinn. 😍

Leftcoastzen Wow! 8mo
IuliaC Wonderful covers! 8mo
CarolynM Very beautiful 😍 8mo
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BarbaraBB Gorgeous! Do you live there? 8mo
Martta @BarbaraBB It was a business trip from Helsinki. I spent there a week and visited couple of bookstores. 😊📚 8mo
BarbaraBB Cool business trip. I‘d like to go there one time too. 8mo
Martta @BarbaraBB You definitely should. It's a beautiful country. 😁👍 8mo
BarbaraBB I heard Estonia is the most beautiful Baltic country. Do you agree or haven‘t you visited Latvia and Lithuania? (edited) 8mo
Martta @BarbaraBB I actually haven't visited Latvia or Lithuania so I can't tell. But Estonia is beautiful and it has a long history as well. Tallinn has an awesome old city&fortress ruins right at the center. Spent there quite a bit of time last week. I highly recommend. 8mo
BarbaraBB Thanks, I am definitely keeping it in mind! 8mo
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GatheringBooks
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AvidReader25
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I'm halfway through this reread. Since reading it the 1st time, I‘ve gotten married & had kids, it‘s amazing how different a book can feel when your experiences change. There are so many moments that resonate with me. The Kitty/Levin arch reminds me of Persuasion & Anna‘s story is heartbreaking in new ways when you consider the standard women were held to. Beautifully written with themes that are still relevant today, I can‘t wait to keep reading!

SamAnne Keep meaning to get to this one after finally reading War and Peace last year. 10mo
EvieBee Beautiful picture and edition. Oddly, the Levin angle most intrigued me. (edited) 10mo
AvidReader25 @SamAnne I loved it more than W&P! 10mo
AvidReader25 @EvieBee I think Levin‘s story and his character growth are way more interesting! 10mo
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Woozy-Shooz
Mehso-so

You gotta love Anna, but the novel should have been called “Constantine Levin” bc LT seemed much more more concerned with him. Levin‘s “solution” to the problem of living seems prosaic in light of the 20th and 21st centuries. Agricultural bliss. I live in New York. It just doesn‘t ring true.

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SiameseCatsRead
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Isn't this true about all of us? We never know what's going on behind closed doors.

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persephone1408
Anna Karenina | Leo Tolstoy
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#curiouscovers
@Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks p
@Eggs
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Eggs Pretty perfect 👏🏻🌸❤️🌺 12mo
DivineDiana I have this edition! Loved this book! 12mo
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MallenNC
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Mehso-so

Why is this book called Anna Karenina and not Levin‘s Thoughts on Farming and Religion? Now I‘ve read it, with help from the audiobook and some skimming. I‘m proud of that, but Russian classics are not for me.

CarolynM Yes! I remember thinking he should have written 2 books 1 called Anna Karenina and one called Kostya Levin and I could have just read the first one😆 12mo
MallenNC @CarolynM That would have worked better for me too! 12mo
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Curiouser_and_curiouser
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After binge watching the mini series The Beautiful Lie on Netflix recently (based on Tolstoy's Anna Karenina) I've become obsessed with this story. I can't stop thinking about it. I have actually never even known the story before, although aware of the book.
So I've decided to sink my teeth into the novel today. Normally I'd be out at work from sunup til after sundown but once again all of my bookings were cancelled, so another week without pay...

i.besteph I didn‘t know about the Netflix series. Gotta check it out :) Did you know there‘s a movie starring Keira Knightley based on the book? 12mo
Curiouser_and_curiouser Hi @I.be.Stef , yes I was aware of the movie but I had been avoiding watching it as I hadn't read the book yet, but then I decided to watch The Beautiful Lie. It's an Aussie series, set in modern day Australia so I was pulled in immediately, being an Aussie myself. Now I'm watching the BBC series (Anna Karenina - 2013) on YouTube. Same story of course with a few little changes and totally different time periods to modern Netflix series. 12mo
i.besteph @Curiouser_and_curiouser Wow! I didn‘t know there were so many adaptations! Thanks for letting me know. I need to check them out asap. ☺️ (edited) 12mo
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Ast_Arslan
Anna Karenine | Leo Nikolayevich Tolstoy
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I am posting one book per day from my to-be-read collection. No description and providing no reason for wanting to read it. Some will be old, some will be new - don't judge me, I have a lot of books.

Day 45th

Join the fun if you want!

#tbrpile

persephone1408 Im the same way. I also have this book in my tow read list lol I keep buying books! Lol 13mo
Ast_Arslan @persephone1408 same problem here 😂😂 but I still have the hope to read them all 😂😂 13mo
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Consuelo238
Ana Karenina | Leo Tolstoy
Pickpick

Me parece maravilloso. Lamentablemente vi primero la película (90‘s) y me arrepentí . Sin duda una historia trágica y desesperante en cuanto a la relación de los celos con Ana y Vronsky. Me parecio interesante tratar la vida de la clase alta rusa de aquella época, si eres curioso puedes ir investigando datos y adentrarte en esa cultura, es un libro pesado pero vale la pena terminarlo, ligar la vida de Levin en algunos capítulos es aburrido.

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TheBookHippie
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tpixie Thanks 13mo
Kelly_the_Bookish_Sidekick Awesome! All this did was add books to my uncertain list. 🤣🤣🤣 13mo
TheBookHippie @Kelly_the_Bookish_Sidekick 😂😂😂📘📘📘📘 13mo
TheBookHippie @tpixie 🤍📔 13mo
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saritaroth
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“Happy families are all alike; every unhappy family is unhappy in its own way.”

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vanexana
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Pickpick

Assurdo mi ha rovinata la vita

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Cazxxx
Anna Karenina | Leon Tolstoi
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Started this, I hope it‘s worth the 34 hours! Have you read it? Did you enjoy it?

SamAnne Thinking about starting the print version next month. 1y
Cazxxx @SamAnne I always felt a little overwhelmed by the size of the book! 1y
SamAnne @Cazxxx I read War and Peace last year and did it over 4 months. It was wonderful to read slow, 2-3 short chapeters a day. I‘m hoping Anna Karina is the same way. 1y
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Cazxxx @SamAnne I intend to read war and peace fairly soon, I‘m giving myself a good 6 months and will read a little each day 1y
SamAnne @Cazxxx actually now that I think about it I took about 6 months too. You can‘t exactly haul that chunkster around if it‘s the print version! Have to read at home. 1y
CourtSmall I f'ing hate this book - there is no way in hell I'd spend that many hours listening to it. Anna is one of the most self absorbed, vain, weak female characters ever written. 1y
perfectsinner I hated every minute I spent on that book 1y
perfectsinner @CourtSmall totally agree. I want all the hours I spent reading it back. 1y
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Jaimeb3th
Anna Karenina | Tolstoy, Leo
Pickpick

Interesting look at how we function in society and how different people choose to pursue happiness.

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Emilymdxn
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I failed to get through Anna Karenina as a teen cause it was just too long, but I love the movie so much I knew I needed to try again. This time it was a DREAM to read and I barely noticed how long it was. This penguin translation is phenomenal and I really recommend it. The prose was so beautiful and the characters‘ inner worlds and morality felt so vivid, not at all like ‘stodgy Victorian book people‘. Cant recommend highly enough

JenniferP Who‘s the translator for penguin? There are so many translations out there and I find the differences fascinating. 1y
CrowCAH I too love this book! ❤️Read it before seeing the movie. 1y
Emilymdxn @JenniferP it was Richard Pevear and Larissa Volokhonsky 💜 1y
JenniferP @Emilymdxn ah, they are doing new translations of many Russian classics. I actually did not like their Doctor Zhivago, but I‘m glad you liked this translation! 1y
SnowFlower @Emilymdxn I love the Richard Pevear and Larissa Volokhonsky translations❤️❤️❤️ I have read Dostoevsky ‘s books by them and they are fantastic! They did a suburb job on Anna Kariena and War and Peace!❤️❤️❤️ 1y
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Emilymdxn
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It‘s my third litsyversary today!! I can‘t believe it‘s been only 3 years if I‘m honest, Litsy has become SUCH a big part of my life. Challenges on here have helped me so much during lockdown even if I have been in a big reading slump.

Speaking of which, I‘ve been reading slowly but in the mood for something big and deep so the joe wright movie inspired me to give Anna karenina another try!

Jas16 Happy Litsyversary 📚 1y
TheBookHippie One of my favorites !!! Happy Litsyversary!! 1y
Megabooks Happy litsyversary!! I‘m glad you‘re here! 💜 1y
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Kdgordon88 Happy Litsyversary 🎉 1y
Hooked_on_books Happy Litsyversary! 🥳 1y
CarolynM Happy Litsyversary 🎉 1y
DebYW I just joined Litsy but have to get into the rhythm of things. Happy Litsyversary! (edited) 1y
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bibliobliss
Anna Karenina | Leo Tolstoy

"[...] in moments of excitement Kitty was capable of forgetting herself and saying a great deal too much [...]"

That's me when I'm riled up!! ????

#currentlyreading #classicliterature #russianliterature #AnnaKarenina #leotolstoy #readharder

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CrowCAH
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#LitsySpringBreak #Russia

An atmospheric novel about the tragedy of isolation.

Keira Knightley did a super job as Anna!

TheKidUpstairs ❤📚👍 1y
eeclayton What a great book! I loved Keira Knightley too, but not the Vronsky actor in this adaptation. 1y
CrowCAH @eeclayton it‘s been awhile since I‘ve seen it, but Vronsky‘s actor didn‘t stick out to me. I was more excited Matthew Macfadyen was also in the cast! 1y
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eeclayton @CrowCAH Me too! It seems to me that he's a little underrated, but I love him in everything. 1y
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks I‘ve never read this 🤦🏼‍♀️ 1y
CrowCAH @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks don‘t worry. I only read it before seeing the movie, that‘s what spurred me to read it. 1y
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Bailedbailed

I got halfway through this 10 plus years ago and gave up. I thought about finishing it several times over the years which is why it was still on my shelf. I think I've finally decided not to bother. Life is too short to spend that much time with a book you don't enjoy. I know the ending anyway. He really could have used a better editor in my opinion. #unpopularopinion

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Anchobi413
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Pickpick

When I was a freshman in high school, we had a unit on debate. I can‘t recall any of the details but I remembered one thing. In order to have an opinion, one must know both sides, as many sides. Leo Tolstoy‘s way of telling a story was very satisfying for me as a reader because he weaved it through the minds of countless characters. Life isn‘t simple. Nothing can be told by the opinion of just one character. I may have come across a favorite book!

Nute Excellent review! You are right, one should never reach a full conclusion after hearing only one side of any story. 1y
Anchobi413 @Nute Thank you😊 Have you read the book before? I still find myself thinking about this book to this day ! 1y
Nute Yes. I read it many years ago. It is one of my favorite books. My copy is quite battered from lots of love!🙂 1y
UwannaPublishme This book has been on my TBR forever. I must get to it. 1y
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johncadams
Anna Karenina | Leon Tolstoi

“Abandon oneself without a blush to every passion, and laugh at everything else.“

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vlwelser
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#BookSpinBingo update!
@TheAromaofBooks

I really only have 2 bingos. But I feel like I'm nearly done. Despite evidence to the contrary.

😊=good
🌟=really good
❤=excellent

Tagged is my favorite from the latest batch. And probably my overall favorite.

TheAromaofBooks Looking great!!! 1y
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