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Anna Karenina

Anna Karenina

  

by Leo Tolstoy

Anna Karenina: Vows Were Meant to be Broken True or False

1. What does Anna finally reveal to Vronsky? -> She has made plans to kill her husband
2. What does Lydia tell Anna’s son? -> That his mother cheated on his father
3. What complicates Levin and Kitty’s marriage? -> Levin is a Bears fan, Kitty’s from Green Bay
4. How does Anna commit suicide? -> She drinks a vial of poison
5. Why does Vronsky fight in the Serbian Wars? -> Because he is drafted and forced to go

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