Anna Karenina, Book 7


Read by MaryAnn

(4.7 stars; 136 reviews)

Anna Karenina tells of the doomed love affair between the sensuous and rebellious Anna and the dashing officer, Count Vronsky. In Book 7, Levin, in town for Kitty’s confinement, finds himself drawn to the corruptive influence of Moscow society. Stiva again presses Karenin to divorce Anna, while Anna, driven by jealousy, becomes increasingly irrational towards Vronsky. (Summary by Mary Anderson and MaryAnn)

(4 hr 19 min)

Chapters

01 - Chapter 1 8:28 Read by MaryAnn
02 - Chapter 2 9:51 Read by MaryAnn
03 - Chapter 3 10:23 Read by MaryAnn
04 - Chapter 4 7:40 Read by MaryAnn
05 - Chapter 5 5:18 Read by MaryAnn
06 - Chapter 6 4:50 Read by MaryAnn
07 - Chapter 7 8:15 Read by MaryAnn
08 - Chapter 8 6:57 Read by MaryAnn
09 - Chapter 9 7:03 Read by MaryAnn
10 - Chapter 10 11:28 Read by MaryAnn
11 - Chapter 11 6:17 Read by MaryAnn
12 - Chapter 12 7:40 Read by MaryAnn
13 - Chapter 13 8:02 Read by MaryAnn
14 - Chapter 14 12:32 Read by MaryAnn
15 - Chapter 15 6:46 Read by MaryAnn
16 - Chapter 16 6:12 Read by MaryAnn
17 - Chapter 17 10:11 Read by MaryAnn
18 - Chapter 18 7:04 Read by MaryAnn
19 - Chapter 19 6:13 Read by MaryAnn
20 - Chapter 20 10:25 Read by MaryAnn
21 - Chapter 21 12:05 Read by MaryAnn
22 - Chapter 22 6:01 Read by MaryAnn
23 - Chapter 23 8:02 Read by MaryAnn
24 - Chapter 24 10:13 Read by MaryAnn
25 - Chapter 25 11:05 Read by MaryAnn
26 - Chapter 26 9:48 Read by MaryAnn
27 - Chapter 27 6:39 Read by MaryAnn
28 - Chapter 28 9:26 Read by MaryAnn
29 - Chapter 29 6:06 Read by MaryAnn
30 - Chapter 30 8:08 Read by MaryAnn
31 - Chapter 31 10:43 Read by MaryAnn

Reviews

Riveting story!

(5 stars)

TOLSTOY's characters depicting the full range of human frailties and weaknesses are beautifully described against the background of 19th century Russia with its political and economic turmoil. Anna's slow decline to mental instability and her shocking death as well as the description of her cold heartless husband Alexei, with his dead eyes his blueveined hands his unchangeable habits ànd his relentness wish to reach the highest office is government are amongst the best portraits painted for us by LEO TOLSTOY. I would prefer the story only read by one reader instead of a mix of gooď and hardly understandable reàders.

(5 stars)

This Anne-Marie Lady reader is good the best so far of all the Ladies Readers for this magnificent TOLSTOY masterpiece...But not as good as Phil GRIFFITHS. GRIFFITHS is just excellent not only with the accent but with the tone in the best pure English sonority. He is a good one more star ahead of David COLE Who also have the beautiful English accent but not the magnificent tone of GRIFFITHS

(5 stars)

I know these people. My husband is Levin, his ex-wife Anna. Sin's consequences cannot be alleviated by today's society any more than yesterday's. I hope for a turning to God by every Anna, rather than an embrace of despair.

(4 stars)

Section 7...I wanted to kill Anna, just to get over with her dang jealousy and back and forth, does he love me, no he doesn’t. A good picture about the sad life of women in this time period.

great

(4.5 stars)

Wonderfully read. The reader's voice is very mellow and suiting!

Powerful!

(4.5 stars)

The story draws near its end. Well read.

good quality

(5 stars)

thank you for the great reading