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Anna Karenina


2016-10-19
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“Anna Karenina” by the Russian novelist, Leo Tolstoy.


We invite you to listen to this book's summary from our project "101 books" which are the books that have been selected by the British Guardian and French Le Monde newspapers in which they have left a great impact on the human civilization

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“Anna Karenina”

“Anna Karenina” novel is consideredone of the most renowned literary timeless texts. It was written in Russian bythe Russian novelist, Leo Tolstoy in 1878 and was translated into manylanguages.

The main character in this novel isthe beautiful and charming Anna whom Tolstoy describes in details. He tells thestory of her affair with the affluent Count Vronsky. Anna is married to agovernment official, Count Alexei Karenin, who is 20 years old than her; shealso has a son from him. Anna enjoys a prestigious social status and isrespected by the people around her in the Russian aristocratic setting beforeshe fell in love with Vronsky.

Falling in love with Vronsky wasactually a trap set by him since he is known for seeking out married women.This has led to the destruction of Anna’s relationship with her husband and herreputation in the Russian aristocratic class. Her husband tries to resolve theproblem judiciously but Anna reveals to her husband that she hates him andleaves alone to catch up with her lover without any consideration of whatpeople would say about her. She did not care if people would go away from her,even those who are close to herself.

As the novelprogresses, the narrator goes deeper in explaining the contradictions that thecharacters show on the religious, social and moral levels of this humanrelationship on one hand, as falling in love and what hearts choose is a humanthing, and the stance of religion which defends the sanctity of marriage andthat of society which loves rumors and cruelly judges people who are subject tothese rumors on the other. Additionally, he speaks about the doubts between thetwo lovers, the husband and the fate of the child, as well as the jealousy ofAnna toward her lover for the sake of whom she has abandoned her husband, sonand reputation, and with whose fate she has bounded hers. The novel’s eventsget even more intense as Anna is revealed to be pregnant from Vronsky, but the female childdies soon after she is born. As a result, Anna has a breakdownand her husband shows compassion towards her. He takes her back to her house andchild. However, after she recovers she goes back to meet her lover and lives withhim leaving her husband for the second time.

In her lifewith VronskyAnna has many doubts about her lover and accuses him of having many loveaffairs with other women. Her doubts increase as her jealousy becomes stronger.As a result she becomes addict to heroin and psychologically collapses in theend; these are complications that Tolstoy is very skilled at describing. To endher agonies, Anna decides to throw herself under a train in which her love ofthe knight officer started. Questions about human relations are still beingasked to this day, and there are differences in opinions among people regardingthese relations; this may be the secret that makes this novel so much magical.

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“Anna Karenina” by the Russian novelist, Leo Tolstoy. We invite you to listen to this book's summary from our project "101 books" which are the books that have been selected by the British Guardian and French Le Monde newspapers in which they have left a great impact on the human civilization http://101books.electronicvillage.org “Anna Karenina” “Anna Karenina” novel is consideredone of the most renowned literary timeless texts. It was written in Russian bythe Russian novelist, Leo Tolstoy in 1878 and was translated into manylanguages. The main character in this novel isthe beautiful and charming Anna whom Tolstoy describes in details. He tells thestory of her affair with the affluent Count Vronsky. Anna is married to agovernment official, Count Alexei Karenin, who is 20 years old than her; shealso has a son from him. Anna enjoys a prestigious social status and isrespected by the people around her in the Russian aristocratic setting beforeshe fell in love with Vronsky. Falling in love with Vronsky wasactually a trap set by him since he is known for seeking out married women.This has led to the destruction of Anna’s relationship with her husband and herreputation in the Russian aristocratic class. Her husband tries to resolve theproblem judiciously but Anna reveals to her husband that she hates him andleaves alone to catch up with her lover without any consideration of whatpeople would say about her. She did not care if people would go away from her,even those who are close to herself. As the novelprogresses, the narrator goes deeper in explaining the contradictions that thecharacters show on the religious, social and moral levels of this humanrelationship on one hand, as falling in love and what hearts choose is a humanthing, and the stance of religion which defends the sanctity of marriage andthat of society which loves rumors and cruelly judges people who are subject tothese rumors on the other. Additionally, he speaks about the doubts between thetwo lovers, the husband and the fate of the child, as well as the jealousy ofAnna toward her lover for the sake of whom she has abandoned her husband, sonand reputation, and with whose fate she has bounded hers. The novel’s eventsget even more intense as Anna is revealed to be pregnant from Vronsky, but the female childdies soon after she is born. As a result, Anna has a breakdownand her husband shows compassion towards her. He takes her back to her house andchild. However, after she recovers she goes back to meet her lover and lives withhim leaving her husband for the second time. In her lifewith VronskyAnna has many doubts about her lover and accuses him of having many loveaffairs with other women. Her doubts increase as her jealousy becomes stronger.As a result she becomes addict to heroin and psychologically collapses in theend; these are complications that Tolstoy is very skilled at describing. To endher agonies, Anna decides to throw herself under a train in which her love ofthe knight officer started. Questions about human relations are still beingasked to this day, and there are differences in opinions among people regardingthese relations; this may be the secret that makes this novel so much magical. http://101books.electronicvillage.org   , Electronic Village, His excellency mohammed ahmed khalifa al suwaidi, Arabic Poetry, Arabic Knowledge, arabic articles, astrology, science museum, art museum,goethe museum, alwaraq, arab poet, arabic poems, Arabic Books,Arabic Quiz, القرية الإلكترونية , محمد أحمد خليفة السويدي , محمد أحمد السويدي , محمد السويدي , محمد سويدي , mohammed al suwaidi, mohammed al sowaidi,mohammed suwaidi, mohammed sowaidi, mohammad alsuwaidi, mohammad alsowaidi, mohammed ahmed alsuwaidi, محمد السويدي , محمد أحمد السويدي , muhammed alsuwaidi,muhammed suwaidi, ,

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