Vronsky is a military officer who has a love affair with Anna. They meet in the train and fall in love from the first sight. When they begin a relationship, Anna is married to Alexis Karenin. Although the relationship between her and Vronsky shouldn’t be supported, readers find sympathy to this couple. This effect is created due to Vronsky’s tender and romantic traits. He is passionate about Anna, and their couple is filled with love and care. It is interesting that Tolstoy doesn’t give readers lots of information about Vronsky’s thoughts but it looks as the audience understands him more than other male characters.
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