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Lectura en clima frío.

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Un clásico ruso, 'Anna Karenina' es una épica larga pero fascinante de una Rusia cambiante cerca del cambio en el siglo XX. Tiene muchos personajes bien dibujados, el personaje principal es Anna Karenina, su ocupado esposo, un funcionario del gobierno, su hermano y los miembros de su familia, el conde Vronsky, un hombre militar que encanta a muchas mujeres y un hombre llamado Levin que vive en el país y su familia. Mucho está sucediendo en este libro: es justo antes del comienzo de la gran Revolución rusa de principios del siglo XX. Muchos de los personajes son oficiales y trabajadores militares o gubernamentales. Los personajes principales son terratenientes ricos con los pobres y los trabajadores tomando un papel más pequeño. Aunque este libro es específico de la historia rusa, también es rico en contar las historias universales que se comparten en todo el mundo. Es una historia de amor, de dolor, de la lucha por encontrar un sentido en la vida, por encontrar el lugar en el mundo. Encontré este libro fascinante. Escrito por Leo Tolstoi, un gran escritor ruso, está escrito de manera atemporal. En esto, incluso en el siglo XXI, esta historia puede relacionarse sin problemas. Se lo recomiendo a cualquiera que esté interesado en la historia rusa, las historias épicas y el romance dramático.

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You'd think I'd eventually tire of reading about the plight of the struggling artist. Well, I guess I kind of have...but this is in verse...and gorgeously written!

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Audrey Niffenegger - Her Fearful Symmetry I believe it's a true gift of a storyteller to take your reader on a journey, taking the completely irrational things you offer them in their stride. It's what we love about Fantasy, Fairy Tales and I love that about the books I read by Audrey Niffenegger. A couple of years ago I read The Time Traveller's Wife, fully believing the strange story she told. ,,That's something", I thought to myself at the time, because I am no fan of Science Fiction. But I was a bit fearful of reading her second full text novel, fearing that she might to suffer from 'dissapointing seconds', as was the case with Donna Tartt. Her Fearfull Symetry is by no means dissapointing. Again Niffenegger takes us on a trip into the illogical but again she does that with credibility. The story start out regular enough. Twins Julia and Valentina inheret the London apartment of her mother's twin sister they have never known. They leave the US for London and move into the apartment overlooking Highgate Cemetry. Their new downstairs neighbour Robert was their aunt's lover and the man living above them hasn't left his apartment in years. For me as a Dutch person it was a bonus to read about Marijke and the Dutch language intermingled in the English text. The attention to detail in the book is great, making me feel like I was walking again in London. About the story I really can't tell too much, because that would really spoil the fun. One thing I can say, Niffenegger pulled it off. She again took me on a trip in a really strange and wunderful however dark world. www.whattoreadandwhatnot.blogspot.com