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Anna Karenina

Anna Karenina - Leo Tolstoy,  Constance Garnett By "three stars," I don't mean that this book had three star writing. Some parts of it were enthralling and, given the status of this novel as the greatest love story ever, gems of literature, like Anna's suicide, but I found myself skimming through every part involving Sergei Ivanovitch or state politics, because, gosh, does Tolstoy love to repeat himself! After Anna's death, I was just done with this book. So "three stars" is more of "average of one star and five stars."

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