Leo Tolstoy, Rosamund Bartlett, Anna Karenina
" Anna Karenina (Oxford Worlds Classics) " ; Leo Tolstoy, Rosamund Bartlett
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What buyers say about Leo Tolstoy, Rosamund Bartlett, Anna Karenina
It was a great book that left you so confused and amazed that you didn't want to read another one.
I have been using this book for the past 10 years, and I have to say it has been a very good read, especially for those of us who do not read a lot or do not have a lot of time to spare.
I've read the P&V translation before, and thought it was a bit more pleasant, but I think Bartlett's translation is even better.
I have always read, but I have recently gotten into the classics, and I can understand them better than I have ever before.
This is about 85% of Anna Karenina, the story of how they fell in love, fell out of love, and fought over money and children.