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Anna Karenina (Movie Tie-in Edition): Official Tie-in Edition Including the screenplay by Tom Stoppard

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  • Posted January 23, 2013

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    Now, I know that this is quite out of the norm for our blog. I

    Now, I know that this is quite out of the norm for our blog. I know that this book is not supernatural or anything magical. Still, I have a passion for the classics and thought, "Hey, why not?" So, for any one who might want to read something out of the norm, here you go.

    Let me start off by saying that this book is LONG! I know, that is a little obvious, but I feel the need to express it. It took me two weeks to read this book and seeing as how I read "Gone with the Wind" in three days, the length and details of this book can be determined with that information.

    So when the book starts off, we expect it to be about some woman named Anna Karenina right? Well, its not. That is the first unique thing about the book. The book begins with Oblonsky, the unfaithful older brother to Anna. So this in itself is something to help foreshadow the events of the book. Basically, there is an affair which gives you a pretty good foreshadowing of what is to come....Need I say more?

    Throughout the book, the point of view changes but the point remains the same. Love. Betrayal. Death. What more could you want?
    Gabby

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 13, 2012

    a wonderful love affair.

    a wonderful love affair.

    2 out of 6 people found this review helpful.

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