By Graf Leo Tolstoy
Anna Karenina is a novel by Russian author Graf Leo Tolstoy. The story of woman, who once mediated to solve family problems on account of adulteries of her brother, found herself in a similar situation later. Anna Karenina, wife of Karenin a statesman. Infatuated, fell in love and later married to a young cavalry officer, Anna's activities are considered as disgraceful by the society. Her plea for divorce, from his husband is realized in an ironical situation.
Unable to mingle with society unlike her young husband, she started using sedatives to sleep. This novel is written in eight parts and explores many lives of adulteries and social issues existed in the then Russian society. Anna Karenina is considered the flawless work of literature by the literary world and memorized as one the best literary works of yester years.
File size (Digital) (1.85MB)
Page count (8.5x11) (912)
Word count (351,883)