In Anna Karenina, one views the complexity of life through the lens of three marriages. Set in a society plagued by corruption yet valuing what the ideal and stability of family provides, Anna Karenina is the story of three women who seek love and meaning in their lives. It is in this place, between the idealized vision of what a person wants and imagines will lead to happiness and the reality of what a person actually has, that the true person emerges.
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Earlier Event: January 17Will You Be My Life's Companion? The Lived Experience of Marriage in Light of Karol Wojtyla's The Jeweler's Shop
Later Event: January 18Reality and Work: the Adventure of a Man Alive