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Overview

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Author

Leo Tolstoy

Years Published

1875–77

Type

Novel

Genre

Tragedy

Perspective and Narrator

Anna Karenina uses third-person omniscient narration. The action moves back and forth in time as two major plot threads entwine: the story of Anna and Vronsky and the story of Kitty and Levin.

Tense

Leo Tolstoy's Anna Karenina is written in the past tense.

About the Title

Anna Karenina is named for its tragic main character.

Summary

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