Countess Vronsky is a minor character who doesn’t play a significant role in the plot. She is Vronsky’s mother who is a striking representative of the criticizing society. She thinks about Anna positively while she is in a happy marriage with Karenin. However, when her love affair becomes well-known in the city, she starts to disregard and scorn her. After Anna’s suicide countess thinks that she deserves this death. In general, this character is self-oriented, ambitious, and arrogant. She tries to have her own judgment towards each situation which happens in the society.
Countess Vronsky in the Essays