At the Tolstoy Museum Setting

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The Tolstoy Museum

The Tolstoy Museum is the primary setting in this story. The narrator describes the architecture of the museum, as well as the interior design and exhibits belonging to the museum. Moreover, the illustrations in the story depict some of the paintings, sculptures, and room designs in the museum. This fictional museum is a monument to Tolstoy’s grandeur, and the visitors to the museum often weep due to the effect Tolstoy and his exhibits have on them.

The Anna-Vronsky Pavilion

The Anna-Vronsky Pavilion is a plaza within the museum, and it is dedicated to the protagonists of Tolstoy’s classic novel, Anna Karenina. The plaza is depicted through an illustration on page 117. It is an empty room with the exception of some pillars and the figures of Anna Karenina and Count Vronsky dancing in the centre of the room. However, the dancing figures are not sculptures...

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