Year: 1992 Source: San Francisco, CA: Chronicle Books, 1992. p.237-246 SIEC No: 19950822

This is an excerpt from Tolstoy’s novel, Anna Karenina. In this excerpt, Anna reflects miserably that her husband does not love her with the passion in which she loves him. She wanders confusedly through a train-station, then remembers a man who threw himself in front of a train. She decides to do the same. She experiences doubt and tries to change her actions at the last moment. However, she is too late.