The Anna Karenina Finish Line
"The whole breakdown, or Anna Karenina's entire mental unraveling, is really interesting. Of course, now she could just, like, take some Paxil and it all would be cured. But, you know, they didn't have those mood stabilizers back then.
"I heartily recommend it to one and all. It's so rich. It's pretty great. There were times, I must admit, since it is 817 pages long, that I wasn't sure if I was gonna make it. But you can't wait to get back to it and get back to the story."
Megan wasn't the only one singing the praises of Tolstoy…
In honor of our book club selection, Anna Karenina , we are proud to announce that our $50,000 Angel Network award goes to The Culture Project in St. Petersburg, Russia. Thousands and thousands of story books, written in Russian, will now make their way to these orphan children who have so very little. Together with your help, Oprah's Book Club and Oprah's Angel Network are bringing the joy of reading to boys and girls all over the world one book at a time. Thanks to all of you who logged onto Oprah.com and shopped our boutique.
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