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  1. 4 out of 5

    Ahmad Sharabiani

    Anna Karenina, Vol 2 of 8 (Anna Karenina 8 volumes), Leo Tolstoy Vol. 2 of 8: The Shcherbatskys consult doctors over Kitty's health, which has been failing since Vronsky's rejection. A specialist advises that Kitty should go abroad to a health spa to recover. Dolly speaks to Kitty and understands she is suffering because of Vronsky and Levin, whom she cares for and had hurt in vain. Kitty, humiliated by Vronsky and tormented by her rejection of Levin, upsets her sister by referring to Stiva's inf Anna Karenina, Vol 2 of 8 (Anna Karenina 8 volumes), Leo Tolstoy Vol. 2 of 8: The Shcherbatskys consult doctors over Kitty's health, which has been failing since Vronsky's rejection. A specialist advises that Kitty should go abroad to a health spa to recover. Dolly speaks to Kitty and understands she is suffering because of Vronsky and Levin, whom she cares for and had hurt in vain. Kitty, humiliated by Vronsky and tormented by her rejection of Levin, upsets her sister by referring to Stiva's infidelity, saying she could never love a man who betrayed her. Meanwhile, Stiva visits Levin on his country estate while selling a nearby plot of land. In St. Petersburg, Anna begins to spend more time in the inner circle of Princess Elizaveta ("Betsy"), a fashionable socialite and Vronsky's cousin. Vronsky continues to pursue Anna. Although she initially tries to reject him, she eventually succumbs to his attentions. Karenin reminds his wife of the impropriety of paying too much attention to Vronsky in public, which is becoming the subject of gossip. He is concerned about the couple's public image, although he believes that Anna is above suspicion. Vronsky, a keen horseman, takes part in a steeplechase event, during which he rides his mare Frou-Frou too hard—his irresponsibility causing him to fall and break the horse's back. Anna is unable to hide her distress during the accident. Before this, Anna had told Vronsky that she is pregnant with his child. Karenin is also present at the races and remarks to Anna that her behaviour is improper. Anna, in a state of extreme distress and emotion, confesses her affair to her husband. Karenin asks her to break it off to avoid further gossip, believing that their marriage will be preserved. Kitty and her mother travel to a German spa to recover from her ill health. There, they meet the wheelchair-bound Pietist Madame Stahl and the saintly Varenka, her adopted daughter. Influenced by Varenka, Kitty becomes extremely pious, but becomes disillusioned by her father's criticism when she learns Madame Stahl is faking her illness. She then returns to Moscow. Characters: Princess Ekaterina "Kitty" Aleksandrovna Shcherbatskaya, Anna Arkadyevna Karenina, Count Aleksei Kirillovich Vronsky, Konstantin "Kostya" Dmitrievitch Levin, Prince 840. Anna Karenina, Stepan "Stiva" Arkadyevitch Oblonsky. تاریخ نخستین خوانش: روز دهم ماه آوریل سال 2012 میلادی عنوان: آنا کارنینا جلد دوم از هشت جلد؛ نویسنده: لئو ن. تالستوی؛ بیش از نیمی از داستان درباره ی «آنا کارنینا» ست. باقی درباره ی فردی به نام «لوین» است، البته که این دو شخصیت، در داستان رابطه ی دورادوری با هم دارند. آنا کارِنینا، خواهرِ دوستِ «لوین» است. در طولِ داستان، این دو شخصیت، تنها یکبار و آنهم در اواخرِ داستان، با هم رودررو می‌شوند. پس، رمان تنها به زندگی «آنا کارِنینا»، اشاره ندارد، و در آن به زندگی و افکار شخصیت‌های دیگرِ داستان نیز، توجه شده‌ است. آنا، نام همسر کارِنین است، و ایشان، به‌ مناسبت نام شوهر خویش: آنا کارِنینا (مؤنثِ «کارِنین») نامیده می‌شود. تالستوی، در نوشتن این داستان، کوشش داشته، برخی افکار خویش را، در قالب دیالوگ‌های متن، به خوانشگر بباوراند، تا او را به فکر وادارد. در قسمت‌هایی از داستان، تالستوی درباره ی شیوه‌ های بهبود کشاورزی، یا آموزش نیز سخن گفته است. البته بیان این داده ها، و افکار نگارنده، گاهی باعت شده، داستان از موضوع اصلی، دور شود، و داستان برای خوانشگر خسته‌ کننده بنماید؛ داستان از آنجا آغاز می‌شود، که: زن و شوهری، به نام‌های: استپان آرکادیچ، و داریا الکساندرونا؛ با هم اختلافی خانوادگی دارند. آنا کارِنینا، خواهر استپان آرکادیچ است، و از سن‌ پترزبورگ، به خانه ی برادرش ــ که در مسکو است ــ می‌آید؛ و اختلاف زن و شوهر را به سامان می‌کند. حضور آنا در مسکو، باعث به وجود آمدن ماجراهای اصلیِ داستان می‌شود... فضای اشرافیِ آن روزگار، در داستان حاکم است؛ زمانی که پرنس‌ها، و کنت‌ها، دارای مقامی والا در جامعه بودند. در کل، داستان روندی نرم، و دلنشین دارد؛ و به باور دیگران، فضای خشک ِداستانِ «جنگ و صلح»، بر «آنا کارنینا» فرمانروا نیست. این داستان، که درون‌مایه‌ ای عاشقانه ـ اجتماعی نیز دارد، پس از جنگ و صلح، بزرگترین اثر تالستوی بزرگوار به شمار است. ا. شربیانی

  2. 4 out of 5

    Fatema Hassan , bahrain

    It is so easy through reading this novel to see the different dynamics of life that a married women could always face as a temporary lover even if it doesn't show yet at this chapter but it's all up in the air. The very end of the second chapter is from 107 to 218 with slow developments specially at the events, boring dialogue, but so far coming to see that the relationship between / Anna & Vronsky / is still kind of a mess and mysterious full with fear of falling in love and the consequences fol It is so easy through reading this novel to see the different dynamics of life that a married women could always face as a temporary lover even if it doesn't show yet at this chapter but it's all up in the air. The very end of the second chapter is from 107 to 218 with slow developments specially at the events, boring dialogue, but so far coming to see that the relationship between / Anna & Vronsky / is still kind of a mess and mysterious full with fear of falling in love and the consequences following after, and not valuing these following consequences especially that anna has her own family and whats so ever bc she almost forgot that shes a madam, they both don't convince me with their passion till when will it last? or rather allowed it to be understood at the very least. Tolstoy give me a deep insight for each character like any great writer should do, but yeah its so slow !..

  3. 5 out of 5

    Michael

    Anna Karenina is a marathon read: you have to keep going, and going, and going with the endurance of the Energizer bunny, but the rewards are many to him who perseveres. Some scenes are amazingly well done, especially the parts involving Anna Karenina, her uninvited visit to see her son, and her tragic demise into jealously, panic attacks, and suicide. Anna and Count Vronski’s story is a downward spiral: the wages of sin bring forth so much hurt, loss, and death for themselves and everyone who i Anna Karenina is a marathon read: you have to keep going, and going, and going with the endurance of the Energizer bunny, but the rewards are many to him who perseveres. Some scenes are amazingly well done, especially the parts involving Anna Karenina, her uninvited visit to see her son, and her tragic demise into jealously, panic attacks, and suicide. Anna and Count Vronski’s story is a downward spiral: the wages of sin bring forth so much hurt, loss, and death for themselves and everyone who intersects their story. But Tolstoy doesn’t end the book with Anna; instead he ends with Constantin Levin’s upward rise from skepticism and wrestling with God to Christian faith. I was surprised by this development, but also thankful for this hopeful ending.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Keith

    Kitty takes a holiday Vronsky kills a horse Anna is TERRIBLE

  5. 4 out of 5

    Emily

    Will it ever end? Their lives just keep going forever. I like it, but feel like I will probably be reading it for the rest of my life. I've finally finished. Right now, I think I like Dostoyevsky better. Anna was more about daily life and the trials people face, but I like a little bit more story to go along with it. Will it ever end? Their lives just keep going forever. I like it, but feel like I will probably be reading it for the rest of my life. I've finally finished. Right now, I think I like Dostoyevsky better. Anna was more about daily life and the trials people face, but I like a little bit more story to go along with it.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Wynnie

    Reading Tolstoy helped immensely with understanding how important paragraph transitions are in good, linear, narrative writing. I write in a fragmented style that's just hard to read. I learned more about not abruptly jumping from scene to scene, by hinting about each paragraph's future. I think more about where to end a paragraph and where to start the next one now. Reading Tolstoy helped immensely with understanding how important paragraph transitions are in good, linear, narrative writing. I write in a fragmented style that's just hard to read. I learned more about not abruptly jumping from scene to scene, by hinting about each paragraph's future. I think more about where to end a paragraph and where to start the next one now.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Sherry Jeffery

    It definitely took me a long time to read but I really enjoyed it. Unlike many other books, I have vivid recollections of sections of the book long after having read it. It encourages me to read other classics.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Oaø

    Et av disse underlige sammentreffene: Akkurat når jeg begynner å lese dette 140 år gamle verket, finner Die Zeit det for godt å anbefale det (pga en ny tysk oversettelse). http://www.zeit.de/2009/51/L-Tolstoi Et av disse underlige sammentreffene: Akkurat når jeg begynner å lese dette 140 år gamle verket, finner Die Zeit det for godt å anbefale det (pga en ny tysk oversettelse). http://www.zeit.de/2009/51/L-Tolstoi

  9. 4 out of 5

    Michaela T

    A lot of the drama in the climax was a little frustrating to me, and I would prefer a different ending. All in all, I'd still recommend this to someone who enjoys this writing style. A lot of the drama in the climax was a little frustrating to me, and I would prefer a different ending. All in all, I'd still recommend this to someone who enjoys this writing style.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Rebekah Colvin

    iI really am not liking anna

  11. 4 out of 5

    Mozhde

    There's only one real love in whole universe and that's the Love of God. Only in God one can trust forever . One will be fed up with anything else in this world. There's only one real love in whole universe and that's the Love of God. Only in God one can trust forever . One will be fed up with anything else in this world.

  12. 5 out of 5

    ~Lyn~

    Inilah karya besar Leo Tolstoi tentang perselingkuhan. Di tengah-tengah maraknya perselingkuhan sekarang ini, buku ini akan memperluas pandangan kita mengenai cinta, perkawinan, dan keluarga.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Mel

    debi agregar este libro hace tiempo ¬¬ lo tengo hace dos meses

  14. 5 out of 5

    Anna

    Jälkimmäisellä osalla Tolstoi sitten kolahti!

  15. 4 out of 5

    Heather

  16. 5 out of 5

    Gina Canton

  17. 5 out of 5

    Bronwen

  18. 4 out of 5

    L.v.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Bloom

  20. 4 out of 5

    Denise

  21. 4 out of 5

    Joe EL HAJJ

  22. 5 out of 5

    Gema

  23. 4 out of 5

    Berit

  24. 4 out of 5

    Megan

  25. 4 out of 5

    Toni

  26. 5 out of 5

    Nadja Sadeghi

  27. 4 out of 5

    Mayada

  28. 5 out of 5

    Wendy

  29. 5 out of 5

    Moonarrow

  30. 5 out of 5

    Valeria

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