2- Joige Steiner, Tolstoy Or Dostoesky(1967) Page 93. "Empson and other critics have pointed out, a double plot is a complex device capable of operating in a number of ways. It can be used to generalize a particular idea, to enforce by a sense of recurrence or universality some insight which the spectator or reader could evade by thinking it applicable to only one exceptional instance."
-"A double plot is a traditional medium for irony."
-"A double or multiple plot can act to render the atmosphere more dense and to reproduce the meshed complications of reality."
3- Eisha Manohari Hewbowala, The Tolstoyian Perspective of the Ethical Scenario of 19th Century Russia reflected in Anna Karenina as a perspective piece of Socio-Psychological Discourse Anna Karenina( Maharagama: Tharangi printers, 2009) Page 164.
- "Tolstoy narrates two stories in his discourse which flow differently. The heroine, Anna, appears in one, whilst the novel’s hero, Levin , comes in the other. The two plots are woven together so they could contribute to one another in certain important ways. Levin and Anna inhabit two separate social worlds. We see Lenin trying to place his life on a proper foundation truth, standing for a very different set of values, from those which make the details of Anna’s life so fatally tragic as the narrative proceeds. Her life ends in disaster, whereas his, ends in happiness."
7- Steiner: Page 92. "From the outset, Tolstoy intended to distribute the narrative weight in Anna Karenina between two principal plots, and there is a suggestive duality in his search for a title. Two marriages and two couples, as Tolstoy successively planned to name the book, reflect both an early draft in which Anna obtains a divorce and marries Vronsky and the fundamental purpose of inquiring into the nature of marriage from two contrasting points of view."
8- Hewabowala: Page 175.
"In the discourse, the four relationships presented, explored and examined at length, point to this durability in the perspective of author:
• first, the unhappy, ill-matched but legitimate couple, Anna and Karenin
• then, the initially extremely happy, illegitimate couple, Anna and Vronsky whose kind of love cannot last
• next, the simple, happy couple, Kitty and Levin having domestic bliss despite the early minor problems in their marriage which they manage to sort out sensibly as they proceed
• and finally, the family of Dolly and Steva having a playboy husband and an innocent, exemplary wife"
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