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Anna Karenina
Lev Tolstoi


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The novel opens with a scene introducing Prince Stepan Arkadyevitch
Oblonsky, " Stiva ", a Moscow aristocrat and civil servant who has been unfaithful to his wife Darya Alexandrovna, nicknamed " Dolly ". Dolly has discovered his affair - with the family's governess - and the house and family
are in turmoil. Stiva's affair and his reaction to his wife's distress shows an amorous personality that he cannot seem to suppress . In the midst of the turmoil, Stiva reminds the household
that his married sister , Anna Arkadyevna Karenina is coming to visit from Saint Petersburg . Meanwhile , Stiva's childhood friend Konstantin Dmitrievich Levin ("Kostya") arrives in Moscow with the aim of proposing to
Dolly's youngest sister Princess Ekaterina Alexandrovna
Shcherbatskaya, " Kitty ". Levin is a passionate, restless
but shy aristocratic landowner who, unlike his Moscow friends ,
chooses to live in the country on his large estate . He discovers that
Kitty is also being pursued by Count Alexei Kirillovich Vronsky , an army officer. At the railway station to meet Anna, Stiva bumps into
Vronsky. Vronsky is there to meet his mother . It surmises that Anna
and the Countess Vronskaya have travelled together in the same carriage and talked together. As the family members are reunited, and
Vronsky sees Anna for the first time, a railway worker accidentally falls in front of a train and is killed . Anna interprets this as an
" evil omen." Vronsky is infatuated with Anna. Anna, who is
uneasy about leaving her young son, Seryozha, alone for the first
time, talks openly and emotionally to Dolly about Stiva's affair and
convinces Dolly that her husband still loves her, despite his
infidelity. Dolly is moved by Anna's speeches and decides to forgive
Stiva. Dolly's youngest sister, Kitty, comes to visit her sister and
Anna. Kitty, just 18, is in her first season as a debutante
and is expected to make an excellent match with a man of her social standing. Vronsky has been paying her considerable attention , and she
expects to dance with him at a ball that evening . Kitty is very
struck by Anna's beauty and personality and is infatuated with her.
When Levin proposes to Kitty at her home, she clumsily turns him
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of their situation -- he cannot leave his wife because of the loss of status and wealth that a divorce would entail, and she cannot leave her husband and family for much the same reason -- yet they pledge to one another to carry on with their aff air because they are now clearly in love with one another. Just after sex ­ TY What is missing from this passage in English is the asymmetrical use o the second-person pronouns in the Russian original. Gurov addresses Anna throughout as ty while she addresses him throughout as vy. Because of his unhappy marriage and the ease with which he had always been able to enter into brief aff airs, Gurov had long considered women "a lower breed." So now, aft er he and Anna have had sex, he addresses Anna as he would anyone who had proven herself to be of the "lower breed," with a slight degree of contempt. Untranslatable "You" in Chekhov's Lady with Lapdog 293 Anna, on the other hand, is distraught and troubled

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The Project Gutenberg EBook of Pride and Prejudice, by Jane Austen This eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere at no cost and with almost no restrictions whatsoever. You may copy it, give it away or re-use it under the terms of the Project Gutenberg License included with this eBook or online at www.gutenberg.org Title: Pride and Prejudice Author: Jane Austen Release Date: August 26, 2008 [EBook #1342] [Last updated: August 11, 2011] Language: English Character set encoding: ASCII *** START OF THIS PROJECT GUTENBERG EBOOK PRIDE AND PREJUDICE *** Produced by Anonymous Volunteers, and David Widger PRIDE AND PREJUDICE By Jane Austen Contents Chapter 1 Chapter 22 Chapter 2 Chapter 23 Chapter 43 Chapter 3 Chapter 24 Chapter 44 Chapter 4 Chapter 25 Chapter 45

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Othello opens in the stately city of Venice

Othello opens in the stately city of Venice, a worldwide hub for trade and commerce. The first characters introduced are Iago, an ensign denied promotion by Othello, and Roderigo, a jealous ex- suitor of Desdemona. The two are in route to describing to Senator Brabantio the elopement of Othello and Desdemona, Brabantio’s daughter. Quickly revealing Iago’s deceitful nature, the matter is breached to Brabantio and soon afterward brought before the Duke of Venice to be discussed. Othello and Desdemona plead their love to the Duke, refuting the Senator’s claims that Othello bewitched his daughter, and that their marriage was true. After Othello claims that he wooed her with his adventurous stories, Desdemona herself testifies that she fell honestly in love with the Moor and freely married him. Following their clearance of wrongdoing, Othello is immediately sent to defend against the Turks in Cyrpus. Taking Desdemona with him, Othello sets out for the island with Iago and his wife E

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E.Hemingway

had no direct experience of World War I and because he is Jewish. He holds on to the romantic prewar ideals of love and fair play, yet, against the backdrop of the devastating legacy of World War I, these values seem tragically absurd. As a Jew and a nonveteran, Cohn is a convenient target for the cruel and petty antagonism of Jake and his friends. Read an in-depth analysis of Robert Cohn. Bill Gorton - Like Jake, a heavy-drinking war veteran, though not an expatriate. Bill uses humor to deal with the emotional and psychological fallout of World War I. He and Jake, as American veterans, share a strong bond, and their friendship is one of the few genuine emotional connections in the novel. However, Bill is not immune to the petty cruelty that characterizes Jake and Jake's circle of friends. Mike Campbell - A constantly drunk, bankrupt Scottish war veteran. Mike has a terrible temper, which most often manifests itself during his extremely frequent bouts of drunkenness. He has a great d

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"Othello"

Book Report Title ­ ,,Othello" Author ­ William Shakespeare Genre ­ play, tragedy Setting time ­ between 1489 and 1571 Setting place ­ Venice and Cyprus Topics ­ miscommunication, jealousy, revenge, hatred Othello was written in the 17th century and it is based on the Italian short story "Un Capitano Moro" (A Moorish Captain) by Cinthio (Giovanni Battista Giraldi). It was first published in 1565. The main characters of the play are Othello, Desdemona, Cassio and Iago. The play in this book has 91 pages and this book is published in 1996 by Dover Publications. Characters: Major characters: Othello ­ he is the play's protagonist and hero. He has risen to high military prestige in Venice, after defeating the Turks and other enemies in battle. He is well-liked and honored, despite his racial difference. He moves to Cyprus after becoming a general and he marries Desdemona. He falls victim to Iago's plan causing Othello to bel

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Oliver twist - kokkuvõte

Chapter1: An unknown woman was found lying in the street and brought into the workhouse. She delivered a sickly child who had trouble breathing. The woman, without a word of who she was, died and left her new born boy, Oliver, to the drunken nurse that stood by. Chapter2: The State gave Oliver to Mrs. Mann who housed a number of orphaned children. Mrs. Mann took a large portion of the money given to her by the authorities for each child's food so Oliver grew up small and malnourished. On his ninth birthday, the town beadle, Mr. Bumble, came to collect Oliver and take him to the board for an interview. They told him he was to live with other wards of the state to become educated and learn a trade. Oliver did not mind this, but soon after he arrived, the state decided to implement a plan that would save money by feeding the people very little. After a time on this diet, the boys at the table chose Oliver to go ask the head cook for more gruel. Oliver did this, and was taken away. A flye

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Ameerika kirjandus alates I maailmasõjast kuni tänapäevani.

Ameerika Kirjandus 30.01.13 Naturalism · France, Emile Zola · Put down his theory in 1879: Le Roman Experimental, attempt to explain the development of human society throuch biological laws · Outlook is deterministic, pessimistic, fatalistic (fate or biology) · Man as an animal-clever than other beasts, still explainable within the framework · Man is not a free agent, is govern by something · Unable to determine his own faith · Hereditary · Naturalists tried to apply in fiction the processes of natural sciences · Writers task is to record facts, systems of behaviour, living conditions, never revealing any natural unbiased (completely natural) · Point of view: amoral-outside the category of morality, neither good or bad · Naturalist find it absurd to blame the wicked. These criminals are doing what nature, environment, their unconscious tells them to do. Naturalists do not judge their characters, they sim

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Old Mr. Dashwood

Old Mr. Dashwood is the owner of a large estate in Sussex called Norland Park. Following the death of his sister, Mr. Dashwood invites his nephew Mr. Henry Dashwood to come live with him at Norland. The younger Mr. Dashwood brings John Dashwood, his son from a previous marriage, as well as the three daughters born to his present wife. John Dashwood is grown and married, and has a four-year-old son, Harry. When Old Mr. Dashwood dies, he leaves his estate to John and little Harry, who had much endeared himself to the old man. But now John's father, Henry Dashwood, is left with no way of supporting his wife and three daughters, and he too dies one year later, leaving only ten thousand pounds for his family. Just before his death, he makes his son John promise to care for his stepmother and three half-sisters. Mr. John Dashwood initially intends to keep his promise and treat his female relatives generously, but his wife Fanny, a narrow-minded and selfish woman, convinces him to leave them

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katuha profiilipilt
katuha: suht nõme.. Miks sa iseloomustusse ei kirjutanud et SEE ON INGLISE KEELES ???
20:47 15-02-2010
ttena profiilipilt
ttena: Aitäh :) Väga hea tõesti, sellest oli palju abi.
23:06 27-09-2009
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20:31 04-02-2010



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