At the Tolstoy Museum - Pages 117 - 119 Summary & Analysis

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Page 117 consists of a large image of a map of the “Anna-Vronsky Pavillion” (117), which is an area of the museum. It depicts a large hall, and an image of two characters dancing is in the middle of the picture. The caption of the image suggests that the two characters dancing are Anna Karenina and Count Alexei Kirillovich Vronsky from Tolstoy’s novel, Anna Karenina.

On page 118, under an image of Tolstoy and others at the scene of a disaster, the narrator returns to describing the events at the museum. Visitors looked at “tiny” (118) pictures of other prominent Russian figures while a “sinister” (118) musician played a wooden trumpet. After mentioning the number of pages of Tolstoy’s work, the narrator remarks that people “wanted him to go away” (118), while others disagreed. Whether these people are referring to the musician or Tolstoy is ambiguous.

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