Week 2 - Part I, Chpts. 17-34 (Sunday, Feb. 17) Thread 2
Week 3 - Part II, Chpts. 1-17 (Sunday, Feb. 24) Thread 3
Week 4 - Part II, Chpts. 18-35 (Sunday, Mar. 2) Thread 4
Week 5- Part III, Chpts. 1-16 (Sunday, Mar. 9) http://www.bookcrossing.com/forum/6/5211538/1
Week 6 - Part III, Chpts. 17-32 (Sunday, Mar. 16) http://www.member.bookcrossing.com/forum/6/5232303/19
Week 7 - Part IV, Chpts. 1-12 (Sunday, March 23) http://www.member.bookcrossing.com/forum/6/5251070/1
Week 8 - Part IV, Cpts. 13-23 (Sunday, March 30) http://www.bookcrossing.com/forum/6/5270902/1
Week 9 - Part V, Chpts. 1-16 (Sunday, April 6) http://www.member.bookcrossing.com/forum/6/5287991/8
Week 10 - Part V, Chpts. 17-33 (Sunday, April 13) http://www.member.bookcrossing.com/forum/6/5304564/5
Week 11 - Part VI, Chpts. 1-16 (Sunday, April 20) http://www.member.bookcrossing.com/forum/6/5321037/1
Week 12 - Part VI, Chpts. 17-32 (Sunday, April 27) http://www.member.bookcrossing.com/forum/6/5342889/1
Week 13 - Part VII, Chpts. 1-12 (Sunday, May 4) http://www.member.bookcrossing.com/forum/6/5361822/1
Week 14 - Part VII, Chpts. 13-31 (Sunday, May 11)
Week 15 - Part 8, Chapters 1-19 (Sunday, May 18)Anna Karenina will take us fifteen (15) weeks to read. The weekly reads are being divided up so that they are manageable and not too overwhelming! Thanks to Nu-Knees for suggesting this schedule. I think its a good one! All of the weekly chats about the book will be posted on a bookcrossing thread under Book Talk. The first thread will begin on Sunday (February 10) and then we can have all week to discuss that thread while we are reading for the next Sunday's thread). If you can't post that Sunday, you can post all of that following week for the assigned section. Anyone can feel free to start the thread --- just put the title in the thread i.e. Anna Karenina readalong, Part I, Chpts. 1-16. And also, please make sure no one else has started the thread. Also, please do not post ahead of schedule so that we can avoid spoilers! I will provide the threads next to the schedule so that you can just link on to them right here!
I am really excited to be reading this along with all of you. I heard it is a wonderful book! Happy Reading!
p.s. this is the first time I've done a readalong so please feel free to suggest anything or things I can do to make it easier!
And some other useful links
- our book online and for free
at Project Gutenberg!
- Anna Karenina
on Wikipedia--beware of spoilers!
on the novel, including chapter synopses and study questions.