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The ending of Anna Karenina As we saw at the end of the novel Anna Karenina Anna ends her tragic life by throwing herself onto the tracks underneath an oncoming train while begging God for forgiveness during that time The way Annas life ended symbolized the rise and fall of her life put together into one incident that took place on the subway Anna who at one point was a very prominent woman in the Russian Society now lived a sad and dreadful life of misery By reading at the end it became very obvious that Anna had by far reached her lowest point in life Her social problems with Vronsky Karenin as well as her other surroundings leave her old and alone Could all of this been prevented Sure Could the Russian Society not have the fall that they had Sure However each situation whether it was Anna or the Russian Society each made choices that decided their eventual fate In the end the scripture Vengeance is mine I will repay showed itself to be the most important quote in the novel Anna just like Russia were both equally successful Anna was a popular woman in Society Russias upper class were very wealthy and prosperous Overtime each made costly decisions that sent themselves into trouble Anna had her problems with her infidelities while the Russian Society had problems controlling how much money they spent Eventually Anna personality changes completely due to her looking at society in a different light and vice versa Some members of the Russian Society had to give up the good life in exchange for a paying job to help payoff debts accumulated by sheer ignorance and a willingness to spend but not pay The theme of the novel was based solely on choice The theme of choice was the starting point of the novel that built into other facets of the story From the
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