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By Leo Tolstoy

Nell’opera di Tolstoj compaiono innumerevoli interrogativi sull’amore, sulla felicità coniugale, sull’atteggiamento morale nei rapporti più intimi tra uomo e donna: servono a indagare le tensioni fra natura e cultura, a rovesciare dall’interno le strutture di una società patriarcale, los angeles sua ideologia, i rapporti fra le classi. Questi temi troveranno il loro punto di massima espressione artistica in Anna Karenina, nei tormenti della protagonista di una storia tragica che è prima di tutto un’epopea della psicologia umana. Tanto nei rapporti “corrotti” tra Anna e Vro‘nskij, quanto in quelli “puri” tra Kitty e LeÅLvin, si dipana un groviglio morale: può perdurare l’amore senza il sostegno di legami sociali o economici? Questa domanda fu al centro della vita stessa di Tolstoj, che aveva pubblicato nel 1859 los angeles felicità familiare, apologia dell’amore domestico attraverso le quiete aspirazioni di Sergej e Maša, e oltre trent’anni dopo scriverà los angeles sonata a Kreutzer, definitiva e impietosa analisi del matrimonio borghese, potente dissoluzione del mito tradizionale della famiglia, capolavoro di ossessione e di cinismo. Saranno forse queste ultime considerazioni a portarlo, los angeles notte del 28 ottobre 1910, advert allontanarsi da casa, abbandonando l. a. moglie e i figli e viaggiando su treni di terza classe fino alla stazione di Astapovo, dove morirà pochi giorni dopo?

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7). Though aware that her behavior has always aroused speculation, she舗s tempted by the risk of entering his apartment, and he舗s delighted by the spontaneity of her consent. When she contrasts her luxurious way of life to the dingy existence of Selden舗s cousin Gerty Farish, Lily seems to him like a victim manacled to her fate. Lily, whose vocation is marriage, is very fond of Selden but doesn舗t want to marry him because he hasn舗t got enough money舒though he舗s sufficiently wealthy to sail suddenly down to Havana or across to Europe for important legal cases.

231). No one defends Lily after her cruel dismissal, though both Dorset and Carry Fisher later apologize for their cowardly behavior. Bertha has no moral scruples; Lily has far too many. Bertha is a Fury and avenger, yet Lily has committed no crime. Wharton makes her heroine the ironic embodiment of Aeschylus舗 great theme: suffering teaches wisdom. Lily returns to New York to find that Grace Stepney has told her aunt that Lily lost money gambling and that Gus Trenor has paid her bills, poisoning the severe and disapproving Julia Peniston against her.

Both taught her to worship wealth and trained her solely for marriage舒though she has no real desire to get married. Like Wharton herself, Lily has never had a mother舗s love. When the novel opens, Lily, an orphan with no mother to protect her, must look after herself. On Bertha舗s yacht in Monte Carlo, Lord Hubert tells Selden that Lily has an aunt in New York, but that New York is a long way off. By then, though Lily doesn舗t yet know it, her Aunt Julia Peniston has died, disinherited her, and left her with no place to live.

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