Best 57 of Anna karenina quotes - MyQuotes

By Anonym 15 Sep

Leo Tolstoy

But that's the whole aim of civilization: to make everything a source of enjoyment.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Leo Tolstoy

I've always loved you, and when you love someone, you love the whole person, just as he or she is, and not as you would like them to be.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Leo Tolstoy

Lumea exterioară rezultă din senzații.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Leo Tolstoy

Death, the inevitable end of everything, confronted him for the first time with irresistible force. And that Death which was present in this dear brother (who, waking up, moaned and by habit called indiscriminately on God and on the devil) was not so far away as it hitherto seemed to be. It was within himself to- he felt it. If not today, then tomorrow or thirty years hence, was it not all the same? But what that inevitable Death was, he not only did not know, not only had never considered, but could not and dared not consider.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Tolstoi Lev

El respeto lo han inventado para llenar un vacio debiera estar el Amor

By Anonym 16 Sep

Leo Tolstoy

He understood that feeling of Levin's so well, knew that for Levin all the girls in the world were divided into two classes: one class included alll the girls in the world except her, and they had all the usual human failings and were very ordinary girls; while the other class - herself alone - had no weaknesses and was superior to all humanity.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Leo Tolstoy

Todas as mulheres são mais materialistas do que os homens. Nós fazemos do amor algo enorme, mas elas sempre se mantém ‘terre-à-terre’.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Liev Tolstoi

Se há tantas cabeças quantas são as maneiras de pensar, há de haver tantos tipos de amor quantos são os corações.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Natasha Pulley

When they returned to Filigree Street, Mori refused even to go upstairs. Instead he hid under a quilt in the parlour with Thaniel's never-read copy of Anna Karenina. The Russians, he said, knew how to write genuinely boring novels, and he would only stop being afraid when he was bored enough. They were all the more boring because he could remember reading the end in the recent future.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Leo Tolstoy

Oh, it's wonderful to be your age,' continued Anna. 'I know and remember that blue haze, like you see on the mountains in Switzerland. The haze covering everything at that blessed point when your childhood is coming to an end, and the path leading from that huge, carefree, happy circle becomes narrower and narrower, and it is both jolly and terrifying entering that enfilade, even though it is bright and beautiful...Who has not been through that?

By Anonym 16 Sep

L. N. Tolstoy

İsviçre dağlarındakine benzeyen o mavi sisi anımsıyor ve biliyorum. Bu sis, çocukluğun bitmek üzere olduğu o kaygısız dönemde her şeyin üstünü kaplar ve o çok büyük, mutlu, neşeli dairenin içinden gittikçe daralan bir yol çıkar, ışıklı ve güzel görünse de bu dar yola girmek hem keyifli, hem de müthiş bir şeydir.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Fyodor Dostoyevsky

Anna Karenina is sheer perfection as a work of art. No European work of fiction of our present day comes anywhere near it. Furthermore, the idea underlying it shows that it is ours, ours, something that belongs to us alone and that is our own property, our own national 'new word'or, at any rate, the beginning of it.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Tolstoy

Yaşam tarzım, sizin hoşunuza gidebilir ya da gitmeyebilir, ama benim için hiç fark etmez, beni tanımak istiyorsanız saygı göstermek zorundasınız" anlamı taşıyan soğuk ve mağrur bir tavır takınmıştı.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Leo Tolstoy

Ninguém está satisfeito com os bens que possui, mas todos estão satisfeitos com a inteligência que têm.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Leo Tolstoy

The acquisition by dishonest means and cunning,' said Levin, feeling that he was incapable of clearly defining the borderline between honesty and dishonesty. 'Like the profits made by banks,' he went on. 'This is evil, I mean, the acquisition of enormous fortunes without work, as it used to be with the spirit monopolists. Only the form has changed. Le roi est mort, vive le roi! Hardly were the monopolies abolished before railways and banks appeared: just another way of making money without work.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Leo Tolstoy

Oblonsy was fond of a pleasant joke, and sometimes liked to perplex a simple-minded man by observing that if you're going to be proud of your ancestry, why stop short at Prince Rurik and repudiate your oldest ancestor - the ape?

By Anonym 18 Sep

Leo Tolstoy

The aim of civilization is to enable us to get enjoyment out of everything.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Leo Tolstoy

Lumea eterioară rezultă din senzații.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Leo Tolstoy

Böyle işte, diyordu. Dostumuz Konstantin Dmitriç ne yetenekli bir gençti. Oysa şimdi nerede o eski Konstantin Dmitriç! O zamanlar bilimi de severdi. Üniversiteden çıktığında insanlara özgü düşünceleri vardı. Şimdi ise yeteneklerinin yarısı kendi kendini aldatmaya, öteki yarısı da bu aldatışı haklı göstermeye yönelmiş durumda. iletişim yayınları. syf :441.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Leo Tolstoy

Hayatının bütün izleri sanki ona sarılmış şöyle diyordu: "Hayır, bizi bırakıp gitmeyeceksin, başka birisi olmayacaksın, nasılsan öyle kalacaksın: Kuşkularınla, kendinden sonsuz hoşnutsuzluğunla, sonuçsuz kalan kendini düzeltme deneyimlerinle, yaşadığın düşüşlerle ve senin için olanaksız, sana nasip olmayacak sonsuz bir mutluluk beklentisiyle.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Leo Tolstoy

Everything was made bright by her. She was the smile that shed light all around her.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Leo Tolstoy

I see that my presence is burdensome to you. Painful as it was for me to become convinced of it, I see that it is so and cannot be otherwise. I do not blame you, and God is my witness that, seeing you during your illness, I resolved with all my soul to forget everything that had been between us and start a new life. I do not repent and will never repent of what I have done; but I desired one thing - your good, the good of your soul - and now I see that I have not achieved it. Tell me yourself what will give you true happiness and peace in your soul. I give myself over entirely to your will and your sense of justice.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Leo Tolstoy

If you can forgive me, forgive me,’ said her eyes, ‘I am so happy.’ ‘I hate them all, and you, and myself,’ his eyes responded.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Liev Tolstoi

Qualquer que seja ou venha a ser o nosso destino, somos nós que o fazemos, e não nos lamentamos.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Leo Tolstoy

intriguing people have to invent a noxious, dangerous party...

By Anonym 20 Sep

Leo Tolstoy

With six children Darya Alexandrovna could not be calm. One got sick, another might get sick, a third lacked something, a fourth showed signs of bad character, and so on, and so on. Rarely, rarely would there be short periods of calm. But these troubles and anxieties were for Darya Alexandrovna the only possible happiness. Had it not been for them, she would have remained alone with her thoughts of her husband, who did not love her. But besides that, however painful the mother's fear of illnesses, the illnesses themselves, and the distress at seeing signs of bad inclinations in her children, the children repaid her griefs with small joys. These joys were so small that they could not be seen, like gold in the sand, and in her bad moments she saw only griefs, only sand; but there were also good moments, when she saw only joys, only gold. Now, in her country solitude, she was more aware of these joys. Often, looking at them, she made every possible effort to convince herself that she was mistaken, that as a mother she was partial to her children; all the same, she could not but tell herself that she had lovely children, all six of them, each in a different way, but such as rarely happens -- and she was happy in them and proud of them.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Leo Tolstoy

Yes, I suppose so," answered Anna, as though wondering at the boldness of his question; but the irrepressible, quivering brilliance of her eyes and her smile set him on fire as she said it.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Leo Tolstoy

...the more he did nothing, the less time he had to do anything.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Leo Tolstoy

What is the matter with you?" asked Shcherbatsky. "Nothing much, but there is little to be happy about in this world." "Little? You'd better come with me to Paris instead of going to some Mulhausen or other. You'll see how jolly it will be!" "No, I have done with that; it is time for me to die." "That is a fine thing!" said Shcherbatsky, laughing. "I am only just beginning to live." "Yes, I thought so too till lately; but now I know that I shall soon die." Levin was saying what of late he had really been thinking. He saw death and the apprroach of death in everything; but the work he had begun interested him all the more. After all, he had to live his life somehow, til death came. Everything for him was wrapped in darkness; but just because of the darkness, feeling his work to be the only thread to guide him through the darkness, he seized upon it and clung to it with all his might.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Leo Tolstoy

Hard as Stepan Arkadyich tried to be a solicitous father and husband, he never could remember that he had a wife and children.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Leo Tolstoy

All families are happy, all families are alike.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Tolstoy L.

All happy families are alike

By Anonym 16 Sep

Leo Tolstoy

He [Vronsky] himself felt that, except that crazy fellow married to Kitty Shcherbatsky, who, quite irrelevantly had with rabid virulence told him a lot of pointless nonsense, every nobleman whose acquaintance he had made had become his partisan.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Leo Tolstoy

Sou amigo da divisão do trabalho. Pessoas que não fazem nada devem fazer pessoas, enquanto as demais devem contribuir para a instrução e a felicidade delas. Eis o que penso. Para confundir esses dois ofícios, há uma multidão de amadores, a cujo número não pertenço.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Leo Tolstoy

Live in the needs of the day.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Tolstoi Lev

El respeto lo han inventado para llenar un vacio donde debiera estar el Amor

By Anonym 18 Sep

Leo Tolstoy

Pero él no lo creía, porque juzgaba a los demás por sí mismo.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Leo Tolstoy

I will still get angry at Ivan the coachman, I will still argue, I will express my thoughts ineptly, there will be a wall between the holy of holies of my soul and other people, even my wife; I will still blame her for my own terror and then repent of it, I will still not understand with my reason why I pray, and will go on praying - but my life now, my whole life, regardless of whatever may happen to me, each minute of it, is not only not meaningless, as it were before, but possesses the undoubted meaning of that goodness I have the power to put into it!

By Anonym 16 Sep

Leo Tolstoy

Fiecăruia i se pare că viața lui e cea adevărată, iar viața pe care o duce prietenul său este deșartă.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Leo Tolstoy

My writing is like those little carved baskets made in prisons…

By Anonym 15 Sep

Leo Tolstoy

Blessed are the peacemakers; theirs is the kingdom of heaven

By Anonym 18 Sep

Leo Tolstoy

That’s my one desire, to be caught," answered Vronsky, with his serene, good-humored smile. "If I complain of anything it’s only that I’m not caught enough, to tell the truth. I begin to lose hope.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Leo Tolstoy

Now every time he turned to her, he bent his head, as though he would have fallen at her feet, and in his eyes there was nothing but humble submission and dread. 'I would not offend you' his eyes seemed every time to be saying, 'but I want to save myself, and I don't know how.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Leo Tolstoy

I think that to find out what love is really like, one must first make a mistake and then put it right.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Leo Tolstoy

He was afraid of defiling the love which filled his soul.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Lev Tolstoj

Scese, evitando di guardarla a lungo, come si fa col sole; ma vedeva lei, come si vede il sole, anche senza guardare.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Leo Tolstoy

Our life has been joined, not by man, but by God. That union can only be severed by a crime, and a crime of that nature brings its own chastisement.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Leo Tolstoy

Why do you need to be like anyone? You're good as you are,

By Anonym 15 Sep

Leo Tolstoy

Anna had been preparing herself for this meeting, had thought what she would say to him, but she did not succeed in saying anything of it; his passion mastered her. She tried to calm him, to calm herself, but it was too late. His feeling infected her. Her lips trembled so that for a long while she could say nothing.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Leo Tolstoy

Between Countess Nordston and Levin there had been established those relations, not infrequent in society, in which two persons, while ostensibly remaining on friendly terms, are contemptuous of each other to such a degree that they cannot even treat each other seriously and cannot even insult each one another.