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Anna Karenina

Anna Karenina

by Leo Tolstoy

Anna Karenina: Vows Were Meant to be Broken Quiz

Think you’ve got your head wrapped around Anna Karenina? Put your knowledge to the test. Good luck — the Stickman is counting on you!
Q. What does Anna finally reveal to Vronsky?


She has made plans to kill her husband
She is not Stiva’s blood relative
She is pregnant with his child
Her calves
Q. What does Lydia tell Anna’s son?


That his mother was an alien, and has boarded the mother ship to return her to her native planet
That his mother cheated on his father
That his mother is dead
That his mother is in jail
Q. What complicates Levin and Kitty’s marriage?


Levin falls for Anna
They are living in different cities
Only one of them wants to have children
Levin is a Bears fan, Kitty’s from Green Bay
Q. How does Anna commit suicide?


She drinks a vial of poison
She throws herself in front of a train
She drowns herself in a river
She stabs herself in the chest with a poker
She sleeps with her boss’ husband. Oh wait - that’s how she commits career suicide.
Q. Why does Vronsky fight in the Serbian Wars?


Because he believes strongly in the Slavic cause
Because he is drafted and forced to go
Because he wants to die
Because he doesn’t believe that one empire should have a monopoly on all of the ottomans. Other people’s feet get tired, too.
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