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Anna Karenina
used in The Adventures of Augie March

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this novel of a tragic love affair is generally considered Tolstoy's best book — if not the best novel ever (1873-1876)
  • Once a year she read Anna Karenina and Eugene Onegin.
    Chapter 1 (75% in)
  • She couldn't have been so sold on Anna Karenina for nothing, or another favorite of hers I ought to mention, Manon Lescaut, and when she was feeling right she bragged about her waist and hips, so, since she never gave up any glory or influence that I know of, I can see it wasn't only from settled habit that she went into her bedroom to lace on her corset and wind up her hair but to take the eye of a septuagenarian Vronsky or Des Grieux.
    Chapter 2 (5% in)
  • Even if I had to admit that many lovers were adulterers, such as Paolo and Francesca or Anna Karenina, Grandma Lausch's favorite.
    Chapter 24 (70% in)

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