Judith: “When Anna visits Moscow in order to help keep her philandering brother’s wife from leaving him, she meets Count Vronsky, setting off a mutual obsession that might shatter her own marriage.
“Don’t be frightened by how thick this book seems. It’s a compulsive and easy read. One of my college classmates once described Tolstoy’s books as “soap operas with ideas”. Tolstoy takes you deep inside his characters, making you sympathize with them even as you shake your head over their decisions.”
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