9780393966428

Anna Karenina: The Maude Translation: Backgrounds and Sources Criticism (Norton Critical Edition)

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    9780393966428

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    0393966429

  • Edition: 2nd
  • Format: Textbook Paperback
  • Copyright: 7/17/1995
  • Publisher: W W NORTON

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Summary

This Second Norton Critical Edition of Leo Tolstoy's epic novel is again based on the Louise and Aylmer Maude translation (originally published in 1918; revised with notes in 1939), which has never been surpassed.

Table of Contents

Preface to the Second Norton Critical Edition ix
List of the Principal Characters
xi
List of Russian Words
xii
The Text of Anna Karenina xiii
Backgrounds and Sources
741(14)
Publication History
743(1)
Anna Karenina
Extracts from Letters, Diaries, and Newspapers
743(12)
Criticism
755(102)
[The Russian View of Human Guilt and Crime]
757(5)
Fyodor M. Dostoevsky
[Levin and Social Chaos]
762(4)
Nikolai N. Strakhov
[Anna Karenina as Life, Not Literature]
766(2)
Matthew Arnold
[The Epigraph and the Meaning of the Novel]
768(1)
M. S. Gromeka
[Tolstoy's Physical Descriptions]
769(9)
D. S. Merezhkovsky
[Anna Karenina and the Literary Tradition]
778(11)
Boris Eikhenbaum
[The Composition of Anna Karenina: Its Russian and Western Antecedents]
779(3)
[The Puzzle of the Epigraph, N. Schopenhauer]
782(7)
[D. H. Lawrence and Tolstoy: A Critical Debate]
789(12)
Henry Gifford
Raymond Williams
Anna, Lawrence, and ``The Law''
789(3)
Henry Gifford
Lawrence and Tolstoy
792(6)
Raymond Williams
Further Notes on Anna Karenina
798(3)
Henry Gifford
[The Beginning of Anna Karenina]
801(12)
George Steiner
[The Ending of Anna Karenina]
810(3)
Two Kinds of Human Understanding and the Narrator's Voice in Anna Karenina
813(9)
George Gibian
Causal Conditionality
822(3)
Lydia Ginzburg
The Tale of Three Portraits
825(6)
Eduard Babaev
Anna Karenina's Omens
831(13)
Gary Saul Morson
[Is Tolstoy Monologic?]
844(1)
Caryl Emerson
[Children and Peasants in Anna Karenina: From Nature to Culture]
845(12)
Donna Tussing Orwin
[Moral Freedom: Schopenhauer and Levin]
849(8)
A Chronology 857(2)
Leo Tolstoy
Selected Bibliography 859

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