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6.4335. Ode to suspicion.     AR AR

The novel "Anna Karenina" is a symbol of neuroticism and ode to fear. Neurotics are very afraid of everything new, afraid of the future, because the unknown can break their glass house of illusions. The locomotive, as a symbol of the unstoppable future, breaks into the illusion and destroying it, in the end, kills Anna, and maybe only her illusions. After all, what killed Anna in the hands of her son Seryozha we see at the end of the novel only as an ordinary toy.

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6.4476.     AR AR

Suspiciousness is the image of a Locomotive in Tolstoy's novel Anna Karenina. The novel begins with the engine, then it catches Anna, and then a toy steam engine plays her son Sergei.

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10.42267.     AR AR

In " Anna  "We see that the situation in which Anna sees the end and commits suicide, for other people is not a problem.  Anna died, but life goes on, new passions and meanings of life appear.  Everyone is killed by something of their own, to which they attach importance.  For those who did not attach importance to this, all this is not important.  There is a parallel between Anna's suicide in the name of good and goodness... and the war that erupted after that.

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10.42273.     AR AR

I wonder what  Vronsky, having lost his passion for Anna  Karenina and herself, found a new passion and went to war.  Passions kill.  Passions, dying, do not die, but only reborn into a new form. 

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10.62575.     AR AR

Anna Karenina made a mountain out of a molehill, and this elephant crushed her.  All other people did not see the elephant, so Anna's sufferings will be incomprehensible to them.  And their life continued in a calm natural way.

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10.62576.     AR AR

In the case of  Anna Karenina we see that most of all a woman should be afraid of her boredom and suspiciousness.  You need to drive less.

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10.63162.     AR AR

Problem?  Is everything bad?  A catastrophe, and you can not live like this?  We recall Anna Karenina, who blew the locomotive out of a fly and threw herself under it.  At the same time, after this incident, there were still half a hundred pages in the book, from which it followed that the problem of the locomotive was greatly exaggerated.  In this sense, you do not need to turn your desires, fears and problems into a super-value.

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10.67038. Insatiable.     AR AR

The problem  Anna Karenina that she lived in some illusory world.  She was constantly hungry.

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10.69630. Delusional hopelessness.     AR AR

The neurotic's hopelessness is not just hopelessness, but a super-valuable delusional hopelessness that no one but the neurotic himself sees.  It's like Anna Karenina, who threw herself in front of a train for reasons that no one in this world, except herself, did not consider important. 

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10.75635.     AR AR

The more authoritarian and evil the father, the more gentle and compassionate the mother will be.  The father offends the child and the mother, and the mother pours out all her pity on the child, which spoils him very much. 

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10.76502.     AR AR

Humility is the realization that the world will not collapse without you.  More  Moreover, he will barely notice your disappearance.  Pay attention to the death of Anna Karenina at Tolstoy's, everything seemed so important to her, but in fact it was all a fog of her own illusions.

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10.78137.     AR AR

 

Most of the problems are happening  from the fact that a person is trying to run ahead of the locomotive.  The future is infinitely diverse, the eyes run away from fear.  In this sense, it is useful to focus on the real and accessible, it is limited and understandable.  The future in this sense is uncertain, limitless and inspires a lot of unnecessary fears or unfounded hopes.

 

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10.78266.     AR AR

The problem  Anna Karenina's fault was that she jumped ahead of the locomotive.  Take note of this, take care of today and do not run ahead of the locomotive.

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10.78677.     AR AR

I think that if Anna Karenina didn't go crazy  from her suspiciousness and thirst for the ideal, she could live quite happily.  She was too bored with her first husband.  Her other man was too free.  Some extremes, there is no moderation in the lady.  However, if a woman focused on her affairs and did not try to turn men into an exclusive source of her joy, everything would be fine.

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