Anna Karenina in the Classroom
Using this Web site
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Teaching Anna Karenina
Use this online teacher's guide to find discussion and activity suggestions for using the Anna Karenina programs.
Leo Tolstoy spent a lifetime looking for patterns of meaning in life and struggling with how to express them, both in his writing and his actions. The story behind Anna Karenina is a prime example of this search.
Tolstoy: Life as Russian History
In Anna Karenina, Leo Tolstoy not only relates a telling portrait of Russian society in the second half of the 19th century, but also mirrors his own personal transformations during this time.
Other Web-based resources
Visit this annotated list of Tolstoy-related Web sites to find resources for both teachers and students.
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Off-Air Taping Rights
Educators can tape Anna Karenina off the air and use it in the classroom for one year after broadcast.
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