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technique
used in Anna Karenina

8 uses
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Definition
a way of doing something
  • He had often heard this word technique, and was utterly unable to understand what was understood by it.
    Part Five (33% in)
  • There you have technique," he said, addressing Golenishtchev, alluding to a conversation between them about Vronsky's despair of attaining this technique.
    Part Five (33% in)
  • There you have technique," he said, addressing Golenishtchev, alluding to a conversation between them about Vronsky's despair of attaining this technique.
    Part Five (33% in)
  • In spite of the excited condition in which he was, the sentence about technique had sent a pang to Mihailov's heart, and looking angrily at Vronsky he suddenly scowled.
    Part Five (33% in)
  • He had noticed often that even in actual praise technique was opposed to essential quality, as though one could paint well something that was bad.
    Part Five (33% in)
  • He knew that a great deal of attention and care was necessary in taking off the coverings, to avoid injuring the creation itself, and to take off all the coverings; but there was no art of painting—no technique of any sort—about it.
    Part Five (33% in)
  • Besides, he saw that if it came to talking about technique, it was impossible to praise him for it.
    Part Five (33% in)
  • That's where technique comes in."
    Part Five (36% in)

There are no more uses of "technique" in Anna Karenina.

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