Anna Karenina Audiobook (Unabridged)

Anna Karenina (Unabridged), by Leo Tolstoy
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At the railway station, where his mother has arrived from St. Petersburg, Count Alexei Kirillovich Vronsky meets Anna Arkadyevna Karenina, the wife of Alexei Alexandrovich Karenin, an influential St. Petersburg statesman. This casual meeting makes an indelible impression on both of them. Vronsky is passionately in love with Anna, and she with him. As a married woman with an eight-year old son, she understands that she cannot - and should not - be interested in this brilliant young officer. She hopes that upon her return to St. Petersburg she will get peace of mind, forget everything, and become her usual self. But Anna cannot overcome the accidental passion unleashed by Vronsky, who follows her like a shadow and seeks her favor.

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Author Leo TolstoyLeo Tolstoy, writer of the bestselling audio book War and Peace, is one of our preferred Classics authors. Not only is the Unabridged version of War and Peace Tolstoy's bestselling and most popular title in our catalog, but it's read by the popular narrator Frederick Davidson. With over 607 hours of listening enjoyment in our collection of Classics, Bios & Memoirs and Drama & Poetry books from Leo Tolstoy, you will enjoy titles such as War and Peace or Anna Karenina: Moscow Art Theatre Audioplay (Dramatized). War and Peace is his oldest title in our collection, added in 2000, while Anna Karenina: Moscow Art Theatre Audioplay (Dramatized) is the most recent title to be added. In total, we feature a great selection of 70 audiobooks from Tolstoy. To find the audio listen that best suits you, please visit his author page here: Leo Tolstoy.