Anna Karenina was a progeny of royalty, she had an honorable identity but her fate was unfortunate. Her parents both died when she was very young, and her aunt let her married with a government official named Alexey. He was false and had no love, what he concerned about was only official promotion. He only thought about how to defeat his political enemies, how to consolidate his official position. Undoubtedly it was a hellish suffering to Anna who regarded love as her life. Even so, Anna still suppressed her inner pain and live with him for eight years. She tried to love him but she found that he wasn’t worth loving. Until one day, Anna was asked to go to Moscow to deal with the affair between her brother and her sister-in-law. During the journey Anna met a charming man, Count Vronsky, who was graceful bearing, energetic and young. They both fell in love with each other and dated frequently and secretly. But one day Alexey founded their dishonorable relationship, for the sake of his fame he asked Anna not to divorce maintaining the surface marriage relationship. But Anna and Vronsky’s love was so deep, so they went abroad. They lived happily at the beginning, but with time going by Vronsky missed the life in high society, he thought he had sacrificed a lot for Anna, he couldn’t love her as she asked for. Because of the clandestine love affair Anna was looked down by those people in high society and she felt Vronsky had changed and didn’t love her anymore. After a quarrel with Vronsky, Anna was desperate. She went to a train station and lied on the rails waiting a train run over her body.
Anna lived in a reformational stage, on the one hand she was influenced by the liberation of personality, she fought for the right for love bravely. On the other hand, she treated her love with lordly traditional value, she committed herself as “a guilty woman”， “a perverted woman”。 This two ideas had always been torched her making her mental breakdown and led her to death. When I finished reading, I have a question. Why in an affection the person who gets hurt will always be a woman? Just like Anna, though she wasn’t innocent, it’s normal at that time most women had dishonorable relationship. Only Anna was looked down, just because she announced it and lived with Vronsky without divorce? Isn’t it unfair? Anna’s fate was a tragedy, she lost everything, her family, her honorable identity, even the love of Vronsky what made her lost everything. Actually I don’t think Vronsky didn’t love her anymore, because when he heard the news that Anna had dead, he fell into a great grief and decided to a battleground to seek death. Vronsky just couldn’t get rid of the attraction of the high society, he couldn’t love Anna just as she want. It’s too late to say anything, Anna had died, she was the biggest victim. Though Vronsky felt sorry, as long as he was alive he could return and lived in the high society just like he wanted. Whatever, Anna is the one that I admire, her courage fighting for love move me deeply.
This is I have read a best novel
In the wind the candle drags in the wind, the weak bright illuminates all around, finally low-spirited dissipates in darkness
Anna · card row Nina, this beautiful and lonely soul, disappears in the inexhaustible regret the jade to perish fragrant
I am thinking in Gospels words, “in the middle of you who doesn't have the crime, who can take the stone to hit her first”.
original, said according to the Gospels, our each people are guilty.