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The Character of Count Vronsky in Anna Karenina

enjoys with any other friends and social acquaintances. Yet in virtually every social circumstance, Vronsky is there. He begins ...

Anna Karenina by Leo Tolstoy and Character Comparison of Levin and Anna

In six pages Konstantin 'Kostya' and Anna Levin as featured in Anna Karenina are contrasted and compared in terms of their moral p...

Family in Anna Karenina

The sociocultural values represented by the family unit are the focus of this analysis of Anna Karenina....

Levin's View of the Future in Anna Karenina

are made. Levin believed that the sacred nature of all living things demanded that mankind re-vision the current belief to see ...

Twenty Chapters of Alexandre Dumas' The Count of Monte Cristo

and finds that his father has not eaten much in the past three months. His father confesses that Dantes had left a debt when he l...

Heroines in Literature and How They Have Evolved

than money and position, but in the end, it is the money and position which sentence her to the only action left to her. A woman c...

Novels Featuring Russian Society and Culture

story we have "Yevgeny Vassilyitch Bazarov, a nihilistic young medical school graduate and Arkadys closest friend. Arrogant and ru...

Leo Tolstoy's Anna Karenina, One of the World's Great Novels

The choices which Anna and Vronsky make are disastrous for both. Through these choices, however, Anna will come to recognize the ...

Tolstoy, Virgil, and Homer on Happiness and Erotic Love

in the cave by night, it was she, not he, that would have it so" (Homer V). In this we get the impression that while Ulysses may h...

Death Confrontation in Tolstoy, Virgil, and Homer

father and travels great distances until he comes to Italy where he holds games and celebrations for his fathers death. He is told...

Considering What Makes a Classic with Virgil, Tolstoy, and Homer

and suicide because life did not work out well enough for a particular character, Anna Karenina. We are also given the strong expe...

An Analysis of the Opening Passage of Anna Karenina

given notice (Tolstoy 1). As this illustrates, this opening passage accomplishes several purposes. It immediately announces the ...

A Rogerian Perspective Documentary

The assignment asks how the student relates to Annas problem. This writer/tutor imagines that it is quite easy for many women to r...

Analyzing a Passage from Anna Karenina

and Anna is propelled in the middle of a controversy. The passage noted provides a great deal of information that is rather unusua...

Leo Tolstoy's Anna Karenina and Interpretation of a Specific Passage

Levin fears the worst, but both Kitty and their son are safe. At that moment, Levin undergoes an epiphany of understanding and rea...

Tolstoy's Anna Karenina and Dostoyevsky's Crime and Punishment and Their Autobiographical Elements

at first but find increasing happiness and fulfillment as their relationship deepens over time. The desperation and despair of one...

Anna Karenina by Leo Tolstoy

This 5 page paper examines some of the themes in Tolstoy's classic novel of love, betrayal, social ostracism and death....

Roles of Women in Leo Tolstoy, Ivan Ilyich and Anna Karenina

to them" (Rowe, 3). Intensely shy, he was nonetheless intensely sexual, and this was to present problems for him for the rest of h...

Connectivity, External and Internal Drive Bays

front panel." Kozierok (2001) also explains that the term "external drive bay" is a "bit of a misnomer" in that the term ex...

The Weeping Prophet

The Book of Jeremiah is the longest book in the Bible containing more words than any other book. The greatest majority of the Book...

A History Of The Abacus

This paper addresses the historical significance and development of the abacus, an early counting machine and precursor to the cal...

Jeremy Bentham's Utilitarianism Philosophy

further support would be shown for the concept as not only are the immunizations used to insure health for the greater number of p...

Importance of Supporting Characters in Isabel Allende's The House of the Spirits and Leo Tolstoy's Anna Karenina

In six pages this paper examines why the supporting characters in these novels are important. There is 1 source cited in the bibl...

Honor and Family Names in The Count of Monte Cristo

his bravery and leadership" (Faulkner). And, like his father, Alexandre apparently went on to experience a life of debauchery and ...

Uhry's Driving Miss Daisy

by employing a chauffeur. Miss Daisy has strict ideas of what is right and proper, and having been brought up in Jewish social cul...

Homeland Security, INS and Epidemiology

problems, but refugees are perhaps most at risk, since many of them "come from areas where disease control, diagnosis and treatmen...

Greensboro Sit-Ins

turned into many as the protest continued for almost 6 months.5 In addition, it sparked many other protests throughout the South a...

Civil Rights Movement and Civil Disobedience

being obedient. As the key Civil Rights moments mentioned above illustrate, civil disobedience is characterized by an abs...

Organized Crime Syndicates and Commercial Burglaries

but commercial burglaries are up (Star Tribune 02B). For many reasons, burglars find commercial establishments a better target th...

Judaism in the Works of Franz Kafka

In five pages the ways in which Judaism ins represented in Franz Kafka's works are examined with an emphasis upon his story 'Metam...