Anna Karenina

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  2. ^ Tolstoy, Leo. Anna Karenina. Penguin Publishing. ISBN 978-0-14-044917-4. Faulkner's opinion is used as an advert on the inside cover.
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  18. ^ "Poster for Anna Karenine (1911)" (jpg). Retrieved 16 August 2013. used to show spelling of the title 
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  20. ^ Masterpiece Theatre | The Archive | Anna Karenina (1978)
  21. ^ "Amazon.com: Anna Karenina (VHS): Maya Plisetskaya, Alexander Godunov, Yuri Vladimirov, Nina Sorokina, Aleksandr Sedov, M. Sedova, Vladimir Tikhonov, Margarita Pilikhina, Vladimir Papyan, Boris Lvov-Anokhin, Leo Tolstoy: Movies & TV:". Amazon. Retrieved 2012-12-26. 
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  23. ^ Anna Karenina at the Internet Movie Database
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