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  • Loriel Smith
    Loriel Smith • 3 years ago

    WONDERFUL book!

  • Cindi Griffin
    Cindi Griffin • 2 years ago

    Got it on the Kindle - one of my favorites of all time.

  • Karen Moore
    Karen Moore • 2 years ago

    I read this a long time ago and I think I was too young to appreciate it. I do remember reading it but I don't remember the story! I will give it another read this summer!

  • English Atkins
    English Atkins • 2 years ago

    Love this book! Read it in high school and then again a few years ago in a book club. Real characters that stay in your memory forever.

  • Jenny Thalman
    Jenny Thalman • 2 years ago

    It's not about adultery and suicide (per Virginia's comment). It's a book about marriage. In Tolstoy's writing, we have his version of a horrible marriage (Anna), an 'average' marriage (her brother Oblonsky), and an excellent marriage (Kitty). I believe this is an excellent book for any woman to have as a favorite, and if you don't know that, perhaps you should read it (or reread it).

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