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What is the “new doctrine” that Leo Tolstoy mentions in *Anna Karenina*?
In Leo Tolstoy's novel Anna Karenina (1873-1877), there's a point where the author refers to a "new doctrine" that was fashionable among the Russian upper classes. The following extract is from Part ...
Jun 25 at 15:18
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