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NOVEL AND CULTURE
Novel and Culture: Invisible Man Unit Test
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NOVEL AND CULTURE
Anna Karenina, by Leo Tolstoy
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9. C
10. B
Question 11
In this excerpt, Tolstoy (1878) centers his narration on Kitty and gives the reader a
glimpse into her monologue which, in turn, helps identify some of her key traits. One key trait
that immediately stands out is her loving and caring personality. This is seen as she feels strongly
connected to her child when she tries to nurse him to sleep. She longed to kiss the baby’s hand as
she rocked him a little and even shushes the nurse so the baby may have a quiet and peaceful
environment (Tolstoy, 1878). Her loving and caring traits are also visible as she expresses
concern for her husband and tries to determine what worries him. She also confesses that she
loves her husband's soul more than anything in the world despite him being an unbeliever
(Tolstoy, 1878).

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Surname 1 NOVEL AND CULTURE Novel and Culture: Invisible Man Unit Test Name Course Professor May 8, 2020 Surname 2 NOVEL AND CULTURE Anna Karenina, by Leo Tolstoy 1. E 2. B 3. E 4. B 5. C 6. A 7. D 8. D 9. C 10. B Question 11 In this excerpt, Tolstoy (1878) centers his narration on Kitty and gives the reader a glimpse into her monologue which, in turn, helps identify some of her key traits. One key trait that immediately stands out is her loving and caring personality. This is seen as she feels strongly connected to her child when she tries to nurse him to sleep. She longed to kiss the baby’s hand as she rocked him a little and even shushes the nurse so the baby may have a quiet and peaceful environment (Tolstoy, 1878). Her loving and caring traits are also visible as she expresses concern for her husband and tries to determine what worries him. She also confesses that she loves her husband's soul more than anything in the world despite him being an unbeliever (Tolstoy, 1878). Surname 3 NOVEL AND CULTURE Another trait that stands out is her liberal mindedness. This is seen in the fact that she chose to love a non-believer, whom she found to be rather absurd, yet she is a bel ...
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