Anna Karenina is a novel written by Leo Tolstoy and originally published as a book in 1878.
Considered one of the greatest works of literature of all time, this timeless classic tells the story of an extramarital affair between Anna and an official that scandalizes the social circles of St. Petersburg and forces the young lovers to flee to Italy in search of happiness.
Anna Karenina is a young and beautiful woman married to a rich and important government official. Despite her status and position, Anna is dissatisfied with her life and becomes involved in a love affair with the handsome and dashing Count Vronsky. The affair causes a scandal and leads Anna to ruin. She is forced to abandon her husband and child and live in exile with her lover.
The book covers a wide range of topics, including love, marriage, religion, and Russian society in the late 19th century.
Looking for a book that will captivate you from beginning to end? Look no further than Leo Tolstoy's Anna Karenina. Tolstoy's masterful storytelling will keep you hooked until the very last page.
This edition of Anna Karenina is based on the English translation by Constance Garnett.
29 hours 19 minutes (351994 words)
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