Anna Karenina

This is the second time I’ve read Anna Karenina. I barely remember the last time, but I feel like I really got to know a lot of the characters this time.

That said, the part after the climactic encounter with a train was kind of unneeded. I was happy to say goodbye when I got to the end.

This was the Maude translation.

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