Leo Tolstoy and Anna Karenina
Poor doomed Anna is probably the most famous adulterous in all literature. After falling in love with Vronsky, she loses her home, her child and her position in society. He, on the other hand, suffers little social punishment. How does Tolstoy so brilliantly depict Anna’s dilemma and keep reader sympathy for his heroine, even while she commits adultery?
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